How to Contribute to the Summer Service Fund
How to Donate
We welcome donations from Princeton alumni of all classes, and thank those who have already contributed!
Please send checks (in US dollars) to Class of 1995 Treasurer, Adam Lichtenstein at the following address:
Adam Lichtenstein '95
4 East 88th Street
New York, NY 10128-0509
treasurer "AT" princeton95.org
If you are a member of the Class of 1995, you can make an online donation to the Fund while paying your dues
The Summer Service Fund is a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) and therefore, all donations are tax-deductible.
How to Serve
Donations are a critical way to help us build the Summer Service Fund. Yet beyond donations, how can you contribute?
If you are a member of the Class of 1995
, consider serving on the Summer Service Fund Committee
. You choose your level and form of participation: selecting the winners, publicizing the Fund, soliciting contributions, sharing our winners' reports, or mentoring our winners. Mentoring is a new frontier for the Committee, with Lauren Sager Weinstein and Paul Cernota leading the charge.
Contact ssf "AT" princeton95.org
if you'd like to participate in this virtual endeavour. Currently, our team consists of 95ers
, based in Western and Eastern Europe and Coast to Coast in the US. All suggestions, ideas and contributions are welcome.
Bring us your project ideas! Currently, students are asked to propose their own projects; the fund seeks to provide grants for entrepreneurial student projects. However, as we develop, we welcome proposals on worthwhile causes where partnerships could be possible.
If you are a member of another Class at Princeton, we also welcome your suggestions, expertise and ideas!
Please contact us at ssf "AT" princeton95.org.
No matter what your affiliation, we ask that you spread the word about our fund to your colleagues and friends. Thank you!
Thanks to Our Donors
The Class is grateful to the numerous '95ers who have devoted time to the Fund and for the hundreds of financial contributions that have enabled the Fund to mature successfully. Thanks to all our generous donors!
The Class of 1995 Summer Service Fund respects donor privacy. Out of respect for our donors, our policy is to refrain from publishing names of individual donors.
Remember, the Summer Service Fund is a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) and therefore, all donations are tax-deductible.