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2012-13 Giving Report home

1842 Society

Miss Matty's Circle

Levavi Oculos Society

Heritage Society

Giving by Class Year

Graduate Alumnae/i

Friends and Family

Gifts In Honor Of

Gifts In Memory Of

Corporations and Foundations

Gifts in Kind

Financial Report

 

The Symbols

  = The Green and the Gold Society

Y   = Marian Wolff Young Society

* = matching gift

d = deceased

 

 

Giving Societies

Leadership donors to any designation at Hollins are recognized in the following giving societies:

The 1842 Society

Honoring the year Hollins was founded, The 1842 Society provides special recognition to alumnae/i, parents, and friends who give $1,842 or more during the year to any designation at Hollins. All members of The 1842 Society and Miss Matty’s Circle are invited to a special cocktail reception celebrating their dedication to Hollins at the President’s house the Friday evening of Reunion, and to an annual weekend celebration exclusively for these leadership level donors.

President's Society
$50,000 +

Founder's Society
$25,000 - $49,999

Quadrangle Society
$10,000 - $24,999

Main Society
$5,000 - $9,999

Carvin Society
$2,500 - $4,999

Botetourt Society
$1,842 - $2,499

 

Miss Matty's Circle

Miss Matty's Circle honors Matty Cocke, daughter of Hollins' founder, president of Hollins from 1901 to 1933, and the first woman to head a college in Virginia. "Miss Matty" led Hollins through a transitional period in academics as, for the first time, the school offered a four-year bachelor of arts program. Miss Matty's Circle recognizes young alumnae who are leadership donors; these donors enjoy full membership in the 1842 Society.

10-14 years since graduation
$1,000 - $1,841

5-9 years since graduation
$500 - $1,841

1-4 years since graduation
$250 - $1,841

 

The Green and Gold Society

The Green and Gold Society recognizes the important role played by those alumnae/i and friends who consistently support Hollins. Donors to any designation at Hollins for five or more consecutive years are honored with a star ( ) next to their names in the following lists in the Annual Report on Giving: the Giving by Class Year lists, Graduate Alumnae/i, and Family and Friends lists. Membership is also extended to recent alumnae/i who have given every year since graduation.

 

Marian Wolff Young Society

Named in honor of Marian Wolff Young ’29, who made a gift to Hollins every year from her graduation until her death in 2008 – nearly 80 years! The Marian Wolff Young Society recognizes lifetime giving to Hollins. Originally open only to the class of 1999 and younger, which is when the society was created, starting in the 2012-13 fiscal year the Marian Wolff Young society is open to all class years. Donors who give every year since graduation are recognized with a Y next to the name in the Annual Report on Giving and receive a ribbon to wear at Reunion denoting their membership in this society.

 

Levavi Oculos Society

The university motto, Levavi Oculos (from the 121st Psalm: "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills"), emphasizes leadership and service in accord with the Hollins value and traditions. This lifetime giving society honors Hollins' most generous donors whose cumulative gifts surpass $1 million. Levavi Oculos member names are engraved on a marble frieze located along the walkway between East and Pleasants on campus.

 

The Heritage Society

The Heritage Society honors those alumnae/i, parents, and friends who have generously made a bequest provision or planned gift commitment for Hollins in their estate plans.

 

 

 

 

Important Information on Charitable Gifts

To make a gift count during the Hollins 2013-2014 fiscal year, gifts must have a postmark no later than June 30, 2014. Hollins' fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30.

 

 

 

 

We have tried to report every gift correctly; however, if we have made a mistake, please accept our apologies and bring it to our attention by contacting Laura Tuggle Anderson '98, director of advancement services, at ltanderson@hollins.edu or call our toll-free number, (800) 846-5371.

Annual Report on Giving 2012 - 2013

The Levavi Oculos Society

                                    Levavi Oculos Society at Hollins University

The university motto, Levavi Oculos (from the 121st Psalm: "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills"), emphasizes leadership and service in accord with the Hollins value and traditions. This lifetime giving society honors Hollins' most generous donors whose cumulative gifts surpass $1 million. Levavi Oculos member names are engraved on a marble frieze located along the walkway between East and Pleasants on campus.

 

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Anonymous '67
Don Bain and Pat Thomas Bain '49 d
Virginia McClamroch Barber '29 d
Jane Parke Batten '58 and Frank Batten d
Claudia Watkins Belk '60 and John M. Belk d
John M. Belk Educational Endowment
Ann Robinson Black '52
Margaret Wise Brown '32 d and Roberta Rauch d
Betty Sams Christian '43 d
Jessie Ball duPont d
Brian D. Everist
Charlotte G. Fletcher '35 d and Mary Henry Fletcher '34 d
Sandra Frazier '94
Virginia Frazier '98
Sally Barrett George '29 d
Helen Irvine Graham '31 d
John E. Jackson d and Susie McCutchen Jackson '23 d
Susan Gager Jackson '68 and John W. Jackson
Elizabeth Riker Jeffers '67 d
Elizabeth Moore Johnston '62 and William R. Johnston
William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust
The Liana Foundation
Linda Koch Lorimer '74 and Charley Ellis
James S. McDonnell Family Foundation
Elizabeth Hall McDonnell '62 and James S. McDonnell III
Brooke Ann Morrow '78
Mary Moody Northen d
Kay O'Keeffe '39
Markham L. Peacock d
John Lee Pratt d
Robert Priddy and Ruby Priddy d
Julian Robertson and Josie Robertson d
Wyndham Robertson '58
Estate of Virginia Lee Roth
Jean Hall Rutherfoord '74 and Thomas D. Rutherfoord Jr.
Mary K. Farmer Shaughnessy '72 and Dennis Shaughnessy
Allison Virginia Smith '38 d
Janet Wittan Spear '39 d
Stella Ferguson Thayer '62
Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges
Nancy Akers Wallace '40 d
Margaret Wright Starr Watkins '43 d
Kay Massey Weatherspoon '54 and Van L. Weatherspoon
Mildred Virginia Webb '30 d
Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation
Eleanor D. 'Siddy' Wilson '30 d
Mary Francis 'Ky' Wilson '63 d
Billie Camp Younts 1916 d