Giving Societies

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USF Society

The USF Society, founded in 2004, is the annual giving society of the University of St. Francis that honors and recognizes all those who generously share their personal resources at leadership levels of $1,000 or more to advance the mission and vision of the University of St. Francis, as we prepare women and men to contribute to the world through service and leadership. For more information, contact Regina Block at 815-740-5065 or rblock@stfrancis.edu.

 

Qualifications for Annual Membership

  • Minimum $1,000 cash or cash equivalent gifts to USF annually (the fiscal year runs June 1 – May 31).
  • Matching gifts will count toward USF Society membership.
  • Cumulative giving in the same fiscal year qualifies for USF Society membership.

 

USF Society Annual Giving Levels

  • $50,000 & above – Founders Circle
  • $25,000 – $49,999 – President’s Circle
  • $10,000 – $24,999 – Francis & Clare Circle
  • $5,000 – $9,999 – Assisian Circle
  • $1,000 – $4,999 – Brown & Gold Circle Membership

 

USF Society Member Events*
Invitations with specific event information will be sent to USF Society members prior to each event. For more information on any events, contact Christina Kuzava at 815-740-4287 or ckuzava@stfrancis.edu.
 

Three Oaks Legacy Society

The Three Oaks Legacy Society was created to honor those who establish a legacy at the University of St. Francis. through wills, estates, and other planned gifts. These legacy gifts, often the largest to the University, offer financial stability and ensure that countless students will benefit from the gift for years to come.

If you have included the University of St. Francis in your estate plans, or are interested in doing so, we would be grateful to know of your intentions. This will provide the University the opportunity to thank you in person and to engage in strategic financial planning.

To learn more about how you can leave a legacy at the University of St. Francis that will positively affect the lives of future generations of students, call Regina Block at 815-740-5065.