The Annual Giving program was established to raise annual contributions for The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law from graduates and friends. The Annual Giving program includes gifts to restricted funds and unrestricted gifts to the Maryland Carey Law Fund. Annual gifts support such areas as:
Members of the Maryland Carey Law School Club are philanthropic leaders committed to sustaining the law school’s ability to educate future leaders and shape law and policy. Donors who give $1,000 or more during the fiscal year (July 1–June 30) become members of the Maryland Carey Law School Club. We are proud to include more than 200 graduates and friends as members in the Club.
The Graduates Of the Last Decade (GOLD) Club at Maryland Carey Law is committed to keeping our most recent graduates in touch with their alma mater and with fellow alumni. Through special events and outreach, this group of Maryland Carey Law graduates learns about ways to remain active members of the law school community. The GOLD Club allows members to receive all the benefits of the Maryland Carey Law School Club but with a smaller minimum gift. GOLD Club makes networking with other Maryland Carey Law School Club members accessible and affordable for recent alumni. The membership is renewable on an annual basis (July 1- June 30). Membership in the GOLD Club is tiered:
Alumni Classes 2005 - 2004 ~ $800.08 and above ($66.67/month)
Alumni Classes 2008 - 2006 ~ $400.08 and above ($33.34/month)
Alumni Classes 2014 - 2009 ~ $100.08 and above ($8.34/month)
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Gifts to the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law may be doubled or even tripled through matching gift programs made available by more than 1,000 corporations and law firms across the country. Your employer or your spouse’s employer may help you qualify for one of the giving clubs listed above. Amplify your gift to Maryland Carey Law by enclosing your employer’s matching gift form.
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Maryland Carey Law flourishes in no small part due to the commitment of our donors, whose annual gifts support the Maryland Carey Law Fund, Named & Endowed Scholarships and Academic Programs at the law school. Contributions are needed to guarantee the continued success of our students by way of ensuring that they have access to an exceptional curriculum, talented faculty and an outstanding student experience while keep law school affordable.
The Honor Roll of Donors includes donations for the fiscal year July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. It is created and maintained by the Office of Annual Giving. We respect your privacy and will not share your confidential information with businesses, nonprofit organizations, or other educational institutions.
Despite our best efforts, errors may have occurred in the production of this report. If your name has been inadvertently omitted or misspelled, please notify us immediately at annualgiving @ law.umaryland.edu.
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For more information about making a gift to the Maryland Carey Law Fund, Giving Societies or general information please contact:
Zavin R. Smith
Director of Annual Giving
Office of Development & Alumni Relations
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
500 W. Baltimore Street