Class of 2017 Graduation Gift Campaign Kicks Off
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Class Gift Committee co-chairs Sami Al-Marzoog,
Charis Redmond and Alex Haden
The Class of 2017 has kicked off its graduation gift pledge drive: 0017 License to Give.
Led by Class Gift Co-Chairs Sami Al-Marzoog, Alex Haden, and Charis Redmond, the Campaign’s 33 class agent volunteers will be reaching out to every classmate to ask for the pledge of future support as a graduation gift to the Law School.
More than 50% of Virginia Law's alumni have participated in the annual giving campaign for 11 consecutive years. The school's young alumni have set amazing pledge participation rates in the last 12 years, with more than 80% of each graduating class pledging their support.
The Class of 2017 wants to make its mark as a class that not only contributed to the Law School community in considerable ways during their time at Virginia, but also as a class continuing this tradition of involvement long after they’ve taken their final steps through the historic grounds of UVA.
Their legacy will be seen as a gift of gratitude to the thousands of alumni who support the Law School each year, and, as a challenge to those students who will follow.
Please join the class and make a pledge in the “0017 License to Give” Campaign. Every pledge counts, every pledge matters. Your participation helps secure the Law School’s future and honor its past.
For information contact Jasmine Yoon '06, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Law School Foundation, (434) 924-7506.