Challenges

Schools and Special Programs Challenges

ARTS & SCIENCES 

Newman's Own Foundation and A. E. Hotchner, AB '40, JD '40 established a challenge with 2:1 matches on renewed gifts and matches 2:1 on new and increased gifts and multi-year commitments to Arts & Sciences Annual Fund, Arts & Sciences annual scholarships, or University Libraries. The challenge will provide match gifts up to $200,000. 

BROWN SCHOOL

The Kahn Family Challenge for the Brown School Annual Fund
Gene and Connie Kahn, friends of the university, have established a $250,000 challenge grant to encourage increased support of the Annual Fund at the Brown School.  

The Homan Family William Greenleaf Eliot Society Challenge
Scott Homan, BS '66 and Christine Homan, BSBA '71, have established a $35,000 challenge with matches Brown School Eliot Society memberships.

SAM FOX SCHOOL

Camille King, BSBA '88, in honor of her mother, Margaret Oung, has established a$10,000 challenge fund that will match all new and increased gifts of scholarship in architecture, art or to the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.
 

MCKELVEY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Trustee Jim McKelvey Jr., AB '87, BS '87, and Anna McKelvey established a $30 million challenge to the McKelvey Annual Fund, Student Project Fund, Women & Engineering, or annual scholarships. Gifts and pledges must be made by June 30, 2022.
 
Michele Liebman, BS '86 and Janet Holloway, MS '83, established this $60,000 challenge to encourage new Eliot Society membership and support female students in the McKelvey School of Engineering.
    

ATHLETICS

Carol and John Hamilton, parents of three current WashU students: John, Class of 2021: William, Class of 2022; and Lauren, Class of 2023 match gifts to the W Club/Annual Fund for Athletics.
 

LAW SCHOOL

Martin A. Frey Scholarship Challenge
Martin  Frey, JD'65, a former law professor, established a generous $250,000 gift to scholarships to celebrate his 55th law school reunion.

UNIVERSITY WIDE

The Goldberg Family Internship Stipend Challenge
Washington University Parents Jeffrey and Heller Goldberg have established a generous $250,000 challenge fund to encourage donors to contribute to the Washington University Career Center and increase financial support for undergraduate internship stipends.

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