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Young Alumnae kicked-off Hollins’ 175th year by working together during the first-ever Young Alumnae Day of Giving.

110 Young Alumnae donated $9,224.18 in 24 hours!

With the $2,450 gift from our generous anonymous donor for challenge “prizes,” the classes of 2003-2016 raised an impressive $11,674.18 in one day!

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Young Alumnae Day of Giving
The Classes of 2003-2016 raised $11,674.18 in one day!

$100,000 match Challenge

you did it!

A generous anonymous donor offered to match gifts made to the Hollins Fund up to $100,000. Our wonderful alumnae, parents, and friends stepped up to the challenge, raising over $200,000 for our students before June 30! Cheers to you for reaching the goal and cheers to the Green and the Gold!

$100,000 Match Challenge
Over $200,000 raised for Hollins students in less than 2 weeks


Hollins travels to San Francisco for our annual weekend to honor 1842 Society and Miss Matty’s Circle donors.

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San Francisco
November 4-6, 2016

Why Your Gift Matters

Your gift to Hollins has a direct impact on students’ abilities to learn, experiment, grow, and thrive.

Every Gift
is important and impacts students' lives

How to Make a Gift

Every gift makes a difference!

  • By Mail: make checks payable to Hollins University and send to: Hollins University, Box 9629, 7916 Williamson Road, Roanoke, VA 24020
  • Give Online
  • Stocks & Bonds
  • Planned Giving
  • Matching Gift – search our database to see if your company, spouse’s company, or company from which you have retired, has a matching gift program.
Recurring Gift Option
Make your gift through monthly installments

giving societies

Members who give $1,842 or more during the year are invited to special events with the president and trustees. Those who have graduated within the last 14 years can enter the 1842 Society through Miss Matty’s Circle.

questions? contact us.

Institutional Advancement Office

Celebrating 175 Years: 1842-2017