What is The alumni Challenge?
Who doesn't love a good challenge—especially one that could earn you and your class bragging rights for years to come?
The Alumni Board is challenging all alumni to make giving back a part of who we are through the Alumni Challenge, an opportunity for you and your class to show a little spirit—or maybe a lot! All gifts to The Pace Alumni Fund support need-based financial aid, providing new generations of students with access to the opportunities and experiences that Pace gave you. Every gift matters, no matter the amount!
It's time to unleash that competitive spirit and stir up some healthy class rivalry. The alumni class with the highest participation percentage in the Alumni Challenge will be recognized in the Annual Report as the Most Spirited Alumni Class! Keep up with the competition on the Pace Academy Alumni Association Facebook page.
Although gifts to The Pace Alumni Fund are accepted year-round, only gifts submitted between July 1 and Jan. 11, 2019—the end of Spirit Alumni Challenge—will be counted towards the competition.
Your participation makes all the difference for students, today and tomorrow. Thank you for all that you do for Pace.
Pace Academy prepares students for lives of leadership and service. Their experiences are exceptional; their opportunities are unmatched. As Pace's offerings continue to grow and advance, the Alumni Association challenges you to help secure the Pace experience for our next generation. With your support, other Pace students will step into their futures as prepared, confident citizens of the world.
Participation in the Pace Alumni Challenge supports need-based student financial aid, providing new generations of students with access to the opportunities and experiences that Pace gave you. Consider how you might build or continue your legacy as a Pace alumnus.
Be Part of the Young Alumni Giving Society
- $250 and above (up to nine years post graduation)
- $500 and above (10-15 years post graduation)
Defending Champions: 1973
Last year, the title of Most Spirited Class went to the Class of 1973 with 50-percent participation. Do you think your class can rise to the challenge and take on the Class of 1973?