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Alumni Challenge

April 26, 2011

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Join the next generation of alumni who are committed to keeping Cal the No. 1 public university in the world. Last year’s New Alumni Challenge was an unprecedented success, with more than 5,600 alumni contributing over $850,000 to programs across the Berkeley campus!

Now is your chance to double your gift to Cal through the challenge. Even small contributions will go a long way. GIVE NOW to DOUBLE your gift.

Who’s eligible?

All alums – undergraduate and graduate from the Classes of 2006 to 2010, PLUS all current undergraduate and graduate students who graduate in spring 2011 are eligible.

What is matched?

Gifts made after July 1, 2010 (up to $1,000 per donor) to any UC Berkeley school, college, or program. Donors who make any combination of gifts totaling $500 or more will become members of The Charter Hill Society.

Give to the Berkeley Fund for Natural Resources and support a variety of student enrichment programs:

GIVE NOW to DOUBLE your gift.

Gifts to the Berkeley Fund for Natural Resources support:
• Sponsored Projects for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)
• CNR Field and Laboratory Experiences
• Academic Programs Leading to Undergraduate Success (APLUS)
• CNR Specific Academic Tutoring in Chemistry 1A and Chemistry 3A
• Dean’s Night Out
• The Student Resource Center
• And more…

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