Fellows Legacy Circle Donation
Fellow's Legacy Circle 2013 Donations:
What are the benefits of being a member of the Fellow's Legacy Circle?
With over 500 graduates of the Leadership Academy, we
are confident that we can meet our goal of $5,000 if everyone does their part.
**Updated as donations are posted by UMSL**
Back There is no cost for
students to attend the Academy, so every Fellow’s participation is underwritten
through the generosity of someone else. The benefits of being a Fellow continue
after the Academy; Fellows have access to ongoing mentorship from the Sue Shear
Institute, and opportunities to learn about jobs and internships through the
Academy listserv. The Circle is an opportunity to give back to the Leadership Academy and assure that students can continue to
experience what it means to be a Shear Fellow
for Leadership and Professional Development. Click here if you want to help lead these efforts.
Cabinet members will receive recognition in the Leadership Academy
keynote invitation and program, as well as acknowledgement in the Woman Watch
Fellows’ Legacy Circle Giving Guide:
How do I become a member of the Fellow's Legacy Circle?
$35 Buys breakfast for one Fellow all week
$60 Buys lunch for one Fellow all week
$80 Buys dinner for one Fellow all week
$125 Provides housing for one Fellow all week
$200 Covers the cost of opening reception on Sunday night
the cost of breakfast for all Fellows all week
$300 Covers food and lodging for one Fellow all week
the cost of the cookout on Wednesday night
$1000 Covers the cost
of the graduation lunch on Friday
the cost of lunch at the Governor’s Mansion
How do I
join the Fellows Legacy Circle? Joining is
Click here: https://fusion.umsl.edu/devsystems/sue_shear_institute/onlinegiving.cfm to make a
secure on-line donation to support a 2013 Shear Fellow.The FLC giving guide illustrates how your
contribution can make a difference. Any
amount is welcome.
How do I
join the Fellows Legacy Circle's Cabinet?
FLC members that contribute mroe than $100 annually to the Sue Shear Institute are recognized as members of the Fellows Legacy Circle Cabinet. For further reading, please see the Fellows Legacy Circle Cabinet.
If you have
any questions about the Fellows Legacy Circle, please contact Dayna Stock at
(314) 516-6623 or email@example.com.
Established in 1998 by the Missouri Legislature and the Board of Curators for the University of Missouri, the Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life is a non-partisan, educational entity. Programs of the Institute are open to participants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, and status as a military veteran.