Giving to Scripps College

Giving Programs

Annual Giving

The Scripps Fund

Alumnae, parents, students, faculty, staff, and others who believe in the Scripps mission further that mission each year by giving to The Scripps Fund. Gifts range from $10 to $100,000.

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Scripps Association of Families

The Scripps Association of Families (SAF) serves as an important link between the College and parents and families, valued members of our community.

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Reunion Class Gifts

Reunion marks a time for alumnae to commemorate their place in the history of Scripps as well as renew old friendships and ties to the College.

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Ellen Browning Scripps Society

Members of the Ellen Browning Scripps Society may designate their gifts to any area of campus.

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Major Gifts/Campaign

Campaign Priorities

More Scripps: The Campaign for Scripps College is an unprecedented $175 million campaign to further our academic excellence, national leadership, signature campus and financial strength–fueled by the collective power of our community.

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National Major Gifts Committee

The National Major Gifts Committee is made up of exceptional alumnae, families, and friends of Scripps College who have committed a personal gift of $100,000 or more to the Campaign.

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Planned Giving

Including Scripps in Your Will or Living Trust

A simple, flexible and versatile way to ensure we can continue our work for years to come is a gift in your will or living trust, known as a charitable bequest.

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Gifts that Return Income to the Donor

One gift that allows you to support Scripps College’s work while receiving fixed payments for life is a charitable gift annuity.

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Gifts of Tangible Property

Your treasures can make suitable charitable gifts today or after your lifetime.

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Corporate and Foundation Programs

Foundation Gifts, Corporate and Matching Gifts

Scripps College encourages grant seeking by faculty members, because it promotes professional growth and is a way of presenting the intellectual activity of the College to the larger public.

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