Giving
Annual Fund

Alumnae Annual Fund Campaign

Our alumnae community has a strong tradition of
supporting the Annual Fund. This year, our goal for
alumnae participation is 37 percent. 
Alumnae support is a vital part of the Annual Fund campaign. Gifts from alumnae help us continue to provide an excellent education for current students, allow us to offer superb fine arts and athletics programs, and make a difference in our ability to continually fulfill the mission of the School. No matter the amount, your gift to Hockaday makes an impact today. Your gift to the Hockaday Annual Fund is a gift toward the future of each and every Hockadaisy. Make your gift now, and watch our daisies grow.

Reunion Giving

Is this year your reunion year? If your class ends in "7" or "2," join us at Alumnae Day 2017 and celebrate your reunion. It will be a day to reunite with old friends and classmates and reflect on how Hockaday has helped shape who you are today.

Celebrate your reunion year by making a special gift in honor of this milestone. Reunion classes are vital contributors to the Annual Fund, accounting for a large percentage of the total amount given by alumnae.

The contributions current Hockaday students make to the future are shaped by the contribution you make today. Make your gift to the Annual Fund today and help your class reach 100 percent participation.

Contact Your Class Agent

Click here for information on how to contact your class agent. Your class agent acts as a liaison between you and the School. Whether fundraising or communications, your class agent strives to keep you connected to Hockaday. 

Alumnae Leadership Giving Committee

Elizabeth Cullum Helfrich ’98
Alumnae Association President

Pam Hudnall Quarterman ’72
Alumnae Association President-Elect

Fallyn Gray Jones ’01
Alumnae Association Vice President – Development

Tracy Ruff Bakshi ’92
Kerri Geller Goldfarb ’98
Ashley Geller Greene ’92
Abigail Hoak-Morton ’05
Isabell Novakov ’98
Kristin Pittman Ortega ’97
Christen Levering Redlich ’03
Kelsey Swingle Robertson ’05
Tiffany Borlaug Rubí ’88
Alison Fisher Smith ’98
Stephanie Swingle ’03
Blair Johnson Wylie ’90
Alissa Fagadau Zachary ’01



Participation Goal: 37%
“I appreciate the education I received at Hockaday. I want to continue supporting the School so that more young women are given the same, if not better, opportunities.”
- Pippa Eltringham Zimmerman ’93

Contact Us

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2015-2016 Champagne Cup Results

The Champagne Cup is awarded each year to the classes with highest participation and giving.

HIGHEST PARTICIPATION
Class of 2006: 63%
Class Agents
Helen Jury, Fundraising and Reunion Chair
Shuchi Lakhanpal, Communications
Natalie Pon, Fundraising
Christy Harmony Yip, Communications
Jennifer Zavaleta, Communications 

HIGHEST GIVING
Class of 1972: $56,760
Class Agents
Missy Gunn Falchi,
   Communications and Fundraising
Christie Kelton Leach,
   Communications and Fundraising
Victoria Vandeveer Moore,
   Communications and Fundraising

HIGHEST REUNION YEAR 
PARTICIPATION
Class of 2006: 63%
Class Agents
Helen Jury, Fundraising and Reunion Chair
Shuchi Lakhanpal, Communications
Natalie Pon, Fundraising 
Christy Harmony Yip, Communications
Jennifer Zavaleta, Communications

Class of 1961: 48%
Class Agents
Ann Lawrence
   Communications and Reunion Chair
Becky Beasley,
   Communications and Fundraising

HIGHEST REUNION YEAR GIVING
Class of 1986: $39,850
Class Agents
Laura Kay Walker Berry, Communications
Adrienne S. Gruben, Communication 
 
Class of 1991: $25,985
Class Agents
Courtney Newman Flanagan, Reunion Co-Chair
Laurie E. Jones, Fundraising and Reunion Co-Chair
Sarah Lowe Nathan, Communications
Nathalie A. Ryan, Fundraising
HIGHEST YOUNG ALUMNAE 
PARTICIPATION
Class of 2006: 63%
Class Agents
Helen Jury, Fundraising and Reunion Chair
Shuchi Lakhanpal, Communications 
Natalie Pon, Fundraising 
Christy Harmony Yip, Communications
Jennifer Zavaleta, Communications 

HIGHEST YOUNG ALUMNAE GIVING
Class of 2005: $10,576
Class Agents
Molly Bierman, Communications
Abby Hoak-Morton, Fundraising
Morgan Manser, Fundraising

JUNIOR COLLEGE PARTICIPATION
Junior College Classes: 41% Overall
Class Agents
Mildred Alexander Greenstreet ’49JC,
   Communications
Betty Taylor Cox ’52JC,
   Communications and Fundraising

JUNIOR COLLEGE GIVING
Junior College Classes: $6,985 Total
Class Agents
Mildred Alexander Greenstreet ’49JC,
   Communications
Betty Taylor Cox ’52JC,
   Communications and Fundraising
 
 
 
 
 
 
 






 
 
 
 
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