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Giving Societies

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Gratz has established two giving societies to recognize our special donors: the Hyman Gratz Society and the L’Dor V’Dor Society. As a member of one or both, you are part of a special community of donors who help to sustain the College – for now and for the future.


Hyman Gratz Society 

Members of the Hyman Gratz Society are donors who make an annual gift of $1,000 or more to support the College’s Annual Fund, a critical source of unrestricted support that helps the College fulfill its mission each year. Society members also include donors who have contributed over $1,000 to our Annual Gala or made a major gift in the past year.

Members of the Hyman Gratz Society are invited to participate in special events and dinners as our special guests. All are recognized on the Donor Wall of Honor.


L’Dor V’Dor Society

Members of the L’Dor V’Dor Society are donors who make planned, or “legacy,” gifts. The Hebrew phrase l’dor v’dor -- “from generation to generation” – reminds us of the importance in investing in the future.  

Members of the L’Dor V’Dor Society are invited to participate in special events and dinners as our special guests. All are recognized on the Donor Wall of Honor.

Download and submit the legacy gift confirmation form here.

CONTACT US:
For assistance with any aspect of the giving process, please contact the Gratz Office of Institutional Advancement by email (giving@gratz.edu) or by phone (215-635-7300 ext.126)

 

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"The education I got at Gratz induced me to go further with my studies... Gratz was really one of the places that kept me going, because they’re such a great place. I wouldn’t want to change anything.”

— Alumnus Gene R. Hoffman, M.A. Jewish Studies, 2013