Reed’s donor societies celebrate and honor Reed’s generous supporters. Explore your society, below, or become a member today by making a gift to Reed.
Loyal Owl Society
Named for the Doyle Owl, Reed’s unofficial mascot, the Loyal Owl Society recognizes the steadfast support of those who give to Reed every year. Membership is conferred when alumni contribute to Reed for three consecutive years. Because giving annually is important and deeply appreciated, Loyal Owls receive special recognition throughout the year.
Annual Fund Donor Societies
Reed recognizes Annual Fund donors within the following donor societies:
|President's Society||$25,000 +|
|Amanda Reed Society||$10,000 – $24,999|
|Anna Mann Society||$5,000 – $9,999|
|1911 Society||$1,911 – $4,999|
|Griffin Society||$1,000 – $1,910|
|Thesis Tower Society
||$500 – $999|
|Canyon Society||$250 – $499|
|Woodstock Society||$1 – $249|
Parent & Family Giving Society
The Parent & Family Giving Society recognizes parent and family donors. This generous community of families make a direct impact on nearly every aspect of the college, including financial aid, faculty research, student life and career exploration.
The Eliot Society recognizes donors who name Reed as a beneficiary of their will or trust or who establish a life income gift. This tradition of generosity reaches back to Reed's roots—the college itself was established through a bequest from the estates of Simeon and Amanda Reed in 1908. The society is named for Thomas Lamb Eliot, who first suggested to Simeon and Amanda Reed that they use their financial resources to found an institution of learning in Portland.
The Evergreen Society recognizes Reed donors at all levels who support the college through monthly giving. As reassuring as a misty Portland rain, ever-present monthly gifts are a convenient way to sustain the intellectual endeavors of Reed students and the faculty who support them. Set up a monthly gift today and ensure that your consistent impact on the Reed community is felt every month, all year long.