What’s in a Club?
LEARN HOW TOWSON GIVING CLUBS BENEFIT YOU AND THE UNIVERSITY
Your gift to Towson may qualify you for
membership in one or more of our giving
clubs, which exist to recognize our donors
and encourage gifts to the university. There
are a number of ways to support Towson.
The Founders Society is a university-wide
recognition program for leadership giving,
honoring donors who make annual gifts
to any designation at Towson. Within the
Founders Society there are three giving
levels: the President’s Circle ($2,500 and
above); the Benefactor’s Circle ($1,000 –
$2,499); and a recognition society for
graduates from the last 10 years called the
Principal’s Circle ($100 – $999 based on
graduation year). Members are invited to
events, receive quarterly communications
and more. For the 2009-2010 fiscal year,
there were more than 600 members.
Some members of the Blazer Club sport their attire at Unitas Stadium.
Created in 2003 by President Robert
Caret, the Blazer Club has grown to over
85 members. To join their ranks, make a
$5,000 gift commitment to the athletics
program (payable over five years). Members
receive certain athletic benefits and a
blazer, and are invited to a number of
exclusive events throughout the year.
Tower Light Society
Members of the Founders Society are honored for their part
in having a meaningful impact on the university.
Golden Tiger Society
Our Golden Tigers are those who
have made annual gifts for five or more
consecutive fiscal years to Towson. The
Society honors the loyalty and commitment
of donors who support Towson—at
any level—year after year. The Golden
Tiger Society has more than 1,500
members, and is growing rapidly. We
now have 80 members who have been
giving for 20 or more consecutive years.
If you wish to make a gift to join one
of the clubs listed above, or support
any of our additional opportunities
such as WTMD’s Frontman Club, Asian
Arts and Culture Center, or Tiger Club,
please contact us at 1-866-301-3375 or
firstname.lastname@example.org, or make a gift