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  • Virginia Military Institute - Special Programs
    FOUNDATION Neikirk Hall 304 Letcher Avenue P O Box 932 Lexington VA 24450 P 800 444 1839 540 464 7328 F 540 464 4545 give vmiaa org Special Programs Barracks Program The Barracks Program introduces educates and develops an appreciation of giving back to the Institute It aims to instill a habit of philanthropic giving by introducing uniquely developed programs throughout their cadetship Learn More Bricks Commemorate your years at VMI Ensure that your name is permanently inscribed in the history of VMI Designate a brick in memory of a deceased alumnus Or honor a family member or friend Learn More Memorial Ring For cadets that series of events during which cadets receives their class rings Ring Figure is an important time second only to graduation The ring they receive that weekend identifies the bearers as proud members of their class and equally proud VMI alumni Learn More VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI UNCOMMON PURPOSE In 1839 VMI set an uncommon course to prepare young people for lives of service leadership and character VMI cadets learn through a rigorous military system a demanding academic curriculum and a robust athletic program They leave VMI prepared to lead

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  • Gift Policies
    Foundation is a registered 501 c 3 non profit organization Its policies for receipt and stewardship of donations are summarized below More information on these policies is available in the Gift Policy Manual Gift Policy Manual Only gifts that will advance the core mission of raising money for support of the Institute can be accepted In accepting a gift the Foundation also accepts a responsibility to steward the gift Routine gifts including cash publicly traded securities and tangible personal property are accepted through the Foundation s executive vice president s office Gifts in kind to be retained by the Foundation for use by the Institute may be accepted after review by the Board of Trustees Property Management and Gifts Committee Gifts accepted by the Foundation must not inhibit it from seeking gifts from other donors be they similar or different foreign or domestic Gifts must be designed and administered in a manner consistent with legal requirements About Giving to VMI About Giving Ways to Give Types of Gifts How to Give Special Programs Gift Policies Donor Bill of Rights VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI UNCOMMON PURPOSE In 1839 VMI set an uncommon course to prepare young

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  • Donor Bill of Rights
    general public and that donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in the Foundation s causes they are asked to support we declare that all donors have these rights 1 To be informed of the Foundation s mission of the way the Foundation intends to use donated resources and of its capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes 2 To be informed of the identity of those serving on the Foundation s governing board and to expect the board to exercise prudent judgment in its stewardship responsibilities 3 To have access to the Foundation s most recent financial statements 4 To be assured their gifts will be used for the purposes for which they were given 5 To receive appropriate acknowledgment and recognition 6 To be assured that information about their donations is handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by law 7 To expect that all relationships with individuals representing the Foundation will be professional in nature 8 To be informed whether those seeking donations are volunteers employees of the Foundation or hired solicitors 9 To feel free to ask questions when making a donation and to receive prompt truthful and forthright answers

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  • VMI Foundation - The Institute Society
    of The Institute Society have been leaders in support of VMI routinely donating more than two thirds of the unrestricted money raised annually through the Foundation Fund This generosity has done much to ensure the Institute s academic and co curricular programs remain strong and place VMI in the front rank of American higher education Opportunities for Membership George C Marshall Order 100 000 or more in lifetime giving Francis H Smith Order 10 000 99 999 Scott Shipp Order 5 000 9 999 J T L Preston Order 3 000 4 999 Thomas J Jackson Order 1 500 2 999 Cadet John B Strange Order Younger alumni those who graduated in the last 15 years may join The Institute Society at the following annual gift levels 250 Classes 2015 to 2011 500 Classes 2010 to 2006 1 000 Classes 2005 to 2001 The J T L Preston Order also recognizes annual gifts of 3 000 or more to any Foundation managed fund or endowment Join The Institute Society Stewart M Wilkinson 12 Associate Director of Annual and Reunion Giving 800 444 1839 ext 210 swilkinson vmiaa org VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI UNCOMMON PURPOSE In

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  • Society of VMI Family and Friends
    relationship with VMI While their relationships may differ these people share a sincere belief in VMI s mission to educate cadets to be honorable purposeful and resolute leaders who are ready to serve their neighbors and their country They steadfastly support the extraordinary way by which VMI accomplishes its mission and are intensely committed to advancing VMI s welfare In 2005 in partnership with the VMI Parents Council the VMI Foundation established the Society of VMI Family and Friends to encourage non alumni family and friends to engage in the effort to support the Institute Currently there are more than 800 Society members and since 2005 they have given more than 8 million to the Institute Membership Benefits Donation Levels Join Now The Benefits of Support Membership is available to current parents who give 25 and others who give 100 to any component of VMI Annual Giving Members receive an annual subscription to The Institute Report and are enrolled in their local chapter of the VMI Alumni Association where they are invited to participate in the chapter s events Upon joining members also receive a Society of VMI Family and Friends bumper sticker Parents of former cadets are encouraged to join Parents of current cadets 25 00 Non alumni family and friends 100 00 Family and friends who makes a contribution of 5000 or more will receive a medallion with the VMI Spider logo engraved and The Society VMI of Family and Friends around the outside To become a member of The Society of VMI Family and Friends please visit the secure online donation page To join contact Stuart Wilkinson 12 Assistant Director of Annual and Reunion Giving 800 444 1839 ext 244 swilkinson vmiaa org Sam Sorrells Associate Director of Annual and Reunion Giving 800 444 1839 ext 250

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  • VMI Foundation - Washington Arch Society
    of a planned gift such as a bequest or charitable remainder trust Such commitments are highly valued because they represent the means by which a bright future for the Institute will be realized For more information about planned giving in support of VMI please visit out Planned Giving page Join the Washington Arch Society Terrie Conrad Vice President for Planned Giving 800 444 1839 ext 238 tconrad vmiaa org VMI

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  • VMI Foundation - Naming Opportunities
    individuals and organizations through gifts in support of VMI Subject to the approval of the VMI Foundation and the Institute donors can take advantage of a naming opportunity by supporting or establishing Capital Projects Scholarships Institute Professorships Professorial Chairs Restricted Funds Unrestricted Funds For more information Warren Bryan 71 VP for Major Gifts P 800 444 1839 ext 236 E bbryan vmiaa org VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories

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  • Memorial Gifts
    Give VMI FOUNDATION Neikirk Hall 304 Letcher Avenue P O Box 932 Lexington VA 24450 P 800 444 1839 540 464 7328 F 540 464 4545 give vmiaa org Memorial and Matching Gifts The VMI Alumni Agencies appreciate the donors who recognize the passing of alumni and friends with gifts in their honor to VMI They also appreciate those corporations which allow their employees and retiree to enhance their support of the Institute through matching gift programs If you have any questions about these lists please contact the VMI Foundation s Director of Communications Scott E Belliveau 83 On this page are lists of those who recently made memorial and matching gifts in support of the Institute Matching and Memorial Gifts August December 2014 Matching and Memorial Gifts 1st Quarter 2015 Matching and Memorial Gifts 2nd Quarter 2015 Matching and Memorial Gifts 3rd Quarter 2015 VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI UNCOMMON PURPOSE In 1839 VMI set an uncommon course to prepare young people for lives of service leadership and character VMI cadets learn through a rigorous military system a demanding academic curriculum and a robust athletic program They leave VMI prepared to lead lives of strength

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