Some participants from a previous Young Alumni Golf Outing
Sept. 19, 2012
CINCINNATI - In conjunction with the Xavier University Annual Fund Office, the All For One Club has developed a program aimed at getting those who have graduated within the last 10 years from Xavier University involved early. Often known as “Recent Graduates” or “Young Alumni”, those who graduated 10 years ago and less are encouraged to become a member of the Xavier University Annual Fund, which includes directing gifts to the All For One Club to support Xavier student-athletes.
If Young Alums join the All For One Club through a cash donation or pledge, Young Alumni are eligible to receive benefits at the Musketeer Society level ($1,000) if they give at the reduced rate. Benefits include an AFO monthly e-newsletter, AFO car decal and invitations to special athletic events including the popular Chalk Talks with Coach Mack.
Those who qualify for the All For One Club Young Alumni program and who give at the reduced rates also qualify for the 1831 GOLD membership. This is an elite group of Xavier leadership donors offered to Young Alums at a more affordable level. Benefits include invitations to 1831 Society events and an exclusive Christmas ornament.
Gifts for the 1831 Young Alumni Program can be general gifts to Xavier University or you can designate your gift to the All For One Club in support of the athletic programs. The current levels of giving based on your year of graduation for the Young Alumni Program are:
- Graduation years 2009-2012: $100 per year
- Graduation years 2006-2008: $250 per year
- Graduation years 2003-2005: $500 per year
- Graduation year 2002: $1,000 per year
To get a complete listing of All For One Club benefits, please download the complete 2012-13 All For One Club brochure
The All For One Club is the annual charitable giving program that benefits all 18 Xavier University athletic programs and over 250 student-athletes. Your gifts to the All For One Club enhance academic and athletic opportunities for Xavier student-athletes. Learn more about the All For One Club.