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Alumni Profile | Winter 2012


MEMORIAL CHURCH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP


Hampton University plans to increase the endowment base for scholarships in order to provide more financial aid to high achieving students. In this regard, the University is offer- ing seats of pews in Memorial Church for $1,000 each as a means of generating a $1,000,000 endowment for scholarships. Your name or the name of the person whom you wish to honor or memorialize can be inscribed on a plaque (as shown below) and affixed to the seat of a pew in Memorial Church. You are invited to join with others in


Given by Lawrence Patterson


this effort to generate $1,000,000 in endowment funds for scholarships. If you wish to reserve a seat in your name or the name of a loved one, please complete and sign the form. A one-time gift of $1,000, or a pledge of


In Memory of Lawrence Patterson In Honor of Lawrence Patterson


this amount payable over five years will reserve a seat.


To assist Hampton with its endowment scholarship program, it is my intent to reserve _________seat(s) for the sum of $ _________________.


(Check one): ❏ I have enclosed my check for $_______________. ❏ I pledge $ __________________ payable over five years.


I will forward my first payment by _____________________.


Name: _________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________ Signature: ______________________________ Date: __________________


I’d like my plaque to read: In Memory of __________________________ In Honor of ___________________________ Given by ______________________________


PLEASE SEND CHECKS AND MONEY ORDERS TO: VICE PRESIDENT FOR DEVELOPMENT HAMPTON UNIVERSITY HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 23668


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