Message from Missi Vance – Head Class Agent 

Answering Deborah Mutschler’s questions that raised good points. All gifts count in any year toward class total in money. Participation counts per classmate who gives, regardless of how many times during the fiscal year and whether they give during ColorCup or at another point. However, for the Color Cup (previously FebruMary), each person who gives during the competition counts toward participation goal in the ColorCup. Participation in that “contest” is what wins the Color Cup. If there are new givers during that time period, that also pushes up our overall participation for the fiscal year and for this year’s reunion totals. All monies are added to our class total.

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Founder’s Fund Alumnae Association


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The Founder’s Fund is more than 100 years old, originally created in 1901 as the Income Fund to support the mission of the Alumnae Association. The fund is invested with the Mount Holyoke College endowment and may be used by the Alumnae Association board of directors at its discretion. Read More