Giving Levels & Societies
Every gift to Lebanon Valley
College is important. Recognition for support includes the levels and societies
Quittapahilla Club: $100–$249
Charter Club: $250–$499
Valley Club: $500–$999
The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society
Named after our founding president, Thomas Rhys Vickroy, the Vickroy Society
recognizes leadership gifts given to the College for any purpose during each
academic year. The Society is open to all alumni and friends of the College on
an annual basis. The laurel wreath is the symbol for The Vickroy Society. An
important element of the College seal, it represents honor and excellence, and
thereby, the exceptional generosity Vickroy Society members have shown to
Lebanon Valley College.
Vickroy Society Associate: Gifts of $1,000–$1,865
The 1866 Circle: Gifts of
President's Circle: Gifts of $2,500–$4,999
Five Founders' Circle: Gifts of $5,000–$9,999
Trustee Associate: Gifts of $10,000 and above
Lifetime Vickroy Associates: Cumulative
lifetime giving of $100,000 or more
For Graduates of the Last Decade
(GOLD), membership in the Vickroy Society is available for a reduced amount
dependent on the number of years since their graduation.
9–10 years since graduation: $500 and above
6–8 years since graduation: $300
1–5 years since graduation: $100
Benefits of Membership:
Vickroy Society members receive recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors (published in the annual President's Report), a lapel pin displaying the laurel wreath, and invitations to special College
events throughout the year. Members of The 1866 Circle and above are invited to
an annual society dinner. Lifetime Vickroy Associates also receive a
personalized lithograph print and sign the Society's historic register.
The Walter Society
The Walter Society, established in 2004, is named for Patricia Lutz Walter
'57 and the late Judge John Walter '53, an alumni couple whose support of The
Valley over the years has been exemplary, and recognizes our most loyal donors
for their consistent dedication to supporting educational excellence at The
Valley. Five or more years of consecutive support of LVC qualifies alumni,
parents, and friends of the College to be members of the Walter Society. Recent
graduates also qualify for membership by making a gift every year after
graduation until their 5th reunion.
Benefits of Membership:
Walter Society members receive recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors (published in the annual President's Report) and
a Walter Society memento each year.
The Laureate Society
Established in 1997, the Laureate Society recognizes those individuals
whose extraordinary gifts to the College, made during their lifetime or
posthumously, total $1,000,000 or more.
Benefits of Membership: On
their induction, Laureate Society members receive a carriage clock and sign the Society's historic register at the annual society dinner. They are also recognized annually in the Honor
Roll of Donors (published in the annual President's Report) and receive invitations to special College events
throughout the year.
The Miles Rigor Society
The Miles Rigor Society recognizes and celebrates
alumni and friends who have planned for Lebanon Valley College’s future. The
Society, named after George Washington Miles Rigor—co-founder of Lebanon Valley
College—was established in 1987 as the Honors Society. Members include those
individuals who have made gift plans including bequest intentions, charitable
gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, insurance policies, real estate,
and retirement plans for the benefit of Lebanon Valley College.
Benefits of Membership: Miles Rigor Society members receive special event
invitations and exclusive recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors and on the
Miles Rigor Society plaque.