Alumni contribute to their class gift to stay connected and help future students make memories at WashU.
Each year, gifts of every size go to work immediately to bolster academic programs, research, scholarships, and much more.
WashU invested in Gregg Walker while he was an undergraduate, and now he does the same for today’s students as an Annual Fund donor and William Greenleaf Eliot Society member.
As co-chairs of the Danforth Circle membership committee, the couple aim to build relationships with like-minded philanthropists who want to make an impact through annual giving.
Christopher, JD ’94, and Julie Boehning, MLA ’94, made their first unrestricted gift to Washington University before the ink was dry on their diplomas. They were eager to give back. In addition, Ms. Boehning worked in advancement for the university while completing her master’s degree and knew that these gifts—which can be used for any […]