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The 1842 Society and Miss Matty's Circle

Leading the way for Hollins.

Honoring the year Hollins was founded, the 1842 Society provides special recognition to alumnae/i, parents, and friends who annually support Hollins at a level of $1,842 or higher. Young alumnae who support Hollins at leadership levels are members of Miss Matty's Circle, and enjoy full membership in 1842 Society. As an 1842 Society donor, you will be invited to special events with the president and trustees and listed in a prominent location in our Annual Report on Giving.

 

 

Alumnae Class Giving

Current year class giving totals

 

Alumnae Class Giving & Participation 2012-13

Hollins Fund Class Giving 2012-13

Includes gifts made in the 2012-2013 fiscal year (July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013) for the Hollins Fund only. Thank you to all alumnae who made a gift - each and every gift, no matter the amount, is important!

 

Final totals as of June 30, 2013

The class year in GREEN raised the highest dollar total.


The class year in GOLD had the highest percentage of classmates giving.

 

Class Year Number of Donors Percent Participation Total Class Gift
2012 39 21.8% $1,645
2011 34 21.0% $2,313
2010 28 17.5% $4,305
2009 41 24.6% $3,772
2008 32 19.2% $3,321
2007 50 28.7% $6,170
2006 40 24.0% $4,371
2005 29 16.9% $3,708
2004 39 21.5% $7,190
2003 28 14.7% $6,489
2002 30 14.2% $6,021
2001 28 17.6% $4,784
2000 30 18.9% $13,818
1999 26 14.2% $6,995
1998 51 21.4% $142,346
1997 54 25.0% $11,035
1996 25 14.4% $8,371
1995 34 18.5% $12,020
1994 27 12.8% $55,015
1993 51 24.3% $21,180
1992 43 17.4% $11,908
1991 51 25.0% $23,324
1990 25 14.7% $24,465
1989 48 25.4% $25,592
1988 54 27.8% $20,393
1987 32 14.0% $22,614
1986 38 18.2% $193,951
1985 48 21.7% $24,241
1984 48 21.6% $27,781
1983 43 23.2% $18,221
1982 48 21.8% $21,941
1981 41 18.7% $28,567
1980 50 21.5% $33,101
1979 50 20.5% $20,435
1978 50 22.8% $39,462
1977 49 21.7% $66,447
1976 60 24.5% $44,839
1975 76 30.9% $84,324
1974 76 27.6% $367,552
1973 75 31.9% $88,965
1972 85 36.6% $94,374
1971 70 34.8% $39,127
1970 75 34.7% $58,667
1969 80 33.6% $46,609
1968 92 50.0% $185,539
1967 62 46.6% $114,579
1966 70 47.3% $75,139
1965 77 43.5% $70,724
1964 72 42.9% $54,998
1963 99 69.7% $123,273
1962 69 42.9% $214,435
1961 56 40.0% $41,394
1960 57 51.8% $123,245
1959 67 46.5% $29,662
1958 67 56.3% $212,458
1957 48 40.7% $39,028
1956 38 35.5% $16,235
1955 35 36.8% $17,500
1954 29 45.3% $100,002
1953 37 63.8% $24,128
1952 24 42.9% $19,400
1951 36 70.6% $12,677
1950 21 35.6% $15,279
1949 10 18.5% $7,850
1948 20 44.4% $17,924
1947 11 26.8% $2,710
1946 9 20.5% $5,394
1945 11 39.3% $15,605
1944 10 28.6% $2,700
1943 10 38.5% $5,500
1942 5 23.8% $1,010
1941 4 16.7% $16,800
1940 2 22.2% $85
1939 5 38.5% $3,300
1938 4 44.4% $2,650
TOTAL 3,190 27.5% $3,323,393