Northeastern’s donor recognition societies were created to honor the university’s most generous supporters. Whether you join one of the annual leadership giving societies, the Huntington Society, the Frank Palmer Speare Society, or all of them, you can take pride in knowing that you, in partnership with the Board of Trustees, President Joseph E. Aoun, and our academic deans, are advancing the university’s vital mission.
THE HUNTINGTON SOCIETY
Membership in the Huntington Society honors donors who have made generous commitments of $100,000 or more to Northeastern. Since the society was established over two decades ago, individual members have expanded opportunities for experiential education for students, developed our talented faculty, and transformed our campus.
Members of the Huntington Society serve five-year terms and are among the closest friends of the university. As leaders in Northeastern’s philanthropic community, their visionary investments are making an impact for generations to come.
If you have questions about the Huntington Society, please contact:
Charlotte A. Troyanowski
Senior Director of Donor Relations
Huntington Society at a Glance
Huntington Society Benefactors and Members hail from 14 countries and 25 states.
Together, they have committed more than
to Northeastern’s students, faculty, and programs.
THE FRANK PALMER SPEARE SOCIETY
The Frank Palmer Speare Society honors the legacy of Northeastern’s first president and his dedication to creating a sustainable university. Membership in the society is conferred upon alumni and friends who demonstrate their generosity and commitment to Northeastern through an estate provision or other planned gift.
For more information, please contact:
Office of Gift Planning
HUSKY CORNERSTONE CLUB
The Husky Cornerstone Club recognizes our committed and loyal donors whose annual gifts serve as the foundation for the university’s growth. Joining is easy! Gifts of any amount, to any area of Northeastern, given for two or more consecutive fiscal years count toward membership for the Husky Cornerstone Club.
Your membership is sustained as long as gifts are made to the university every fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) without interruption.
If you have questions about the Husky Cornerstone Club, please contact:
Assistant Vice President of Annual Giving
ANNUAL LEADERSHIP GIFT CIRCLE
The Annual Leadership Gift Circle recognizes donors who make an annual, unrestricted gift of $1,000 or more. Supporting Northeastern at an Annual Leadership level gives the university the discretion and flexibility to allocate funding where its greatest need may be. It also helps the university fund unexpected costs and take advantage of emerging opportunities.
Please visit the Annual Giving site for information on gift levels and membership.
If you have questions about the Annual Leadership Gift Circle, please contact:
Assistant Vice President of Annual Giving
FAMILY FELLOWS PROGRAM
The Family Fellows Program recognizes the generous support of our most loyal parent donors who are dedicated to preserving Northeastern’s past and safeguarding its future. Family Fellows participation begins with an annual investment of $10,000 or more and can be designated to any area of the university that means the most to you and your family. By making an annual Fellow’s level gift, you will ensure that the vital work of Northeastern and its graduates not only continues, but enhances the experiences of all of our students.
As a Northeastern Family Fellow you will:
- Join your philanthropic peers in intimate gatherings with Northeastern’s top leadership
- Witness the real-time impact of your philanthropy on Northeastern students
- Motivate others to join through the power of your philanthropic example
For more information about how you can get involved in the Family Fellows Program, contact:
Director of the Family Philanthropy Program
SCHOOL OF LAW DEAN’S SOCIETY
The Dean’s Society at the Northeastern School of Law recognizes our generous donors who give annual gifts of $1,000 and higher. These gifts benefit a multitude of initiatives throughout the law school, including student scholarships, co-op stipends, and legal clinics. Members of the Dean’s Society enable the law school to provide students with the mission-driven, experiential learning opportunities that make NUSL #1 in the nation for practical training.
To learn more about becoming a member of the Dean’s Society, contact:
Leadership Giving Officer, School of Law