Institutional Advancement Outlines Several Ways to Give Back to Westminster

Westminster College’s Office of Institutional Advancement offers several memberships and societies that recognize your generous gifts, as well as other opportunities for giving. Read through the information below and contact Angie Robinson Sullivan, Director of Annual Giving, at Angie.Sullivan@WCMO.edu or 573-592-5861 with any questions you may have.

President’s Club

The President’s Club is Westminster’s most prestigious annual recognition club for alumni, parents, and friends. The Club was established to recognize those individuals who provide leadership support to the College on an annual basis in the amount of $1,200 or more. Young Alumni membership in the President’s Club begins at $300.

Any individual or couple giving at a President’s Club level to Westminster College or the Friends of America’s National Churchill Museum during the fiscal year, July 1 to June 30, is automatically eligible for membership.

Membership Levels*

Young Alumni

  • One to six years following graduation: $300
  • Seven to 12 years following graduation: $600

All Other Alumni

Bronze $1,200 to $2,499
Silver $2,500 to $4,999
Gold $5,000 to $9,999
Diamond $10,000 to $24,999
Platinum $25,000 to $49,999
Presidential $50,000 and higher

President’s Club members find satisfaction and pride knowing they are helping shape Westminster College for today’s scholars and tomorrow’s leaders.  In addition, members receive the following:

  • Invitation to the exclusive President’s Dinner
  • President’s Club lapel pin that specifies membership level

*All President’s Club memberships can be paid on a recurring monthly donation schedule.

For more information on joining the President’s Club, please contact Angie Robinson Sullivan, Director of Annual Giving, at Angie.Sullivan@WCMO.edu or 573-592-5861.

True Blue Society

The True Blue Society recognizes supporters who have made gifts to the College for 10 or more consecutive years.  This society recognizes the importance of long-term loyalty and commitment to supporting the Westminster experience.

True Blue Society members receive a token of appreciation to recognize their 10th consecutive year of giving.  Additionally, members receive the following:

  • Token of appreciation for every five additional years of consecutive giving, starting at the 15th year
  • E-mail marking each year of consecutive giving
  • Recognition in the Donor Honor Roll

For more information about the True Blue Society or to check your consecutive years of giving, please contact Angie Robinson Sullivan, Director of Annual Giving, at Angie.Sullivan@WCMO.edu or 573-592-5861.

Recurring Gifts

Support Westminster through convenient and automatic monthly or annual contributions through our recurring gift program. A monthly recurring gift gives you the flexibility to divide your gift into manageable increments and grow your impact on the Westminster Fund in a meaningful way.  An annual recurring gift ensures you achieve or remain in the giving society of your choice.

Visit our Give to Westminster page to set up your recurring gift. Once there, enter your monthly or annual gift amount, and click “make this a recurring gift,” following the prompts from there. Or contact Angie Robinson Sullivan, Director of Annual Giving, at Angie.Sullivan@WCMO.edu or 573-592-5861 for assistance.

Planned Giving

When you include Westminster College in your estate plan, your generosity provides a quality academic experience that educates and inspires the next generation of lifelong leaners and leaders of character.

Learn more about including Westminster in your estate plan by visiting our Legacy Gift page.

If you have already included the College in your estate plan, please let us know by filling out this form.

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Sarah Rummel Backer

Sarah Rummel Backer is a Media and Content Strategist at Westminster College in Fulton, MO. A 1992 graduate of the College, Sarah has more than 20 years of experience in marketing and strategic communication in the areas of higher education, medicine, agriculture, and the private business sector.