Would you like to make a significant gift to La Verne Law but you don’t have an extra $7.5 million sitting around? We have good news for you!
Dean Gilbert Holmes established the $7.5 Million Club with the idea that if we get 250 alumni and friends to agree to a gift of $100 a month electronically for five years, we would ultimately bring in $300,000 a year – roughly the same amount that would be earned annually from a $7.5 million endowment.
The funds go to the dean’s discretionary fund, which allows the College of Law to be flexible with opportunities that arise – whether helping a student travel for an internship in Washington D.C. or bringing a well-respected speaker to the campus for a symposium that’s open to the entire legal community.
“It’s one of the easiest ways to make a real difference with your financial support,” says La Verne Law Director of Development Sharilyn Berry. “You just set it up and you don’t have to think about it again. It’s really just a few dollars a day but it has a direct impact on the kind of things we can do for our students to improve their educational experience.”
If you would like additional information about the $7.5 Million Club and how you can be a member, click here.