Model UN Giving Circle
Dr. Sandy Hulme and Christopher Hufnagel ’94 invite alumni of Alma College’s Model United Nations (MUN) program to participate in an exciting new initiative: the MUN Alumni Giving Circle.
Help us reach our goal of $50,000!
“My time at Alma College was a defining period in my life, and Model UN led by Dr. Hulme was a transformational experience. Over the past 25 years, our Model UN program has achieved unparalleled success. Alma College’s first Giving Circle provides alumni the opportunity to invest in the success of its next 25 years.” — Christopher Hufnagel ’94
What is a Giving Circle?
A giving circle is a group of volunteers that donate, raise, pool and grant funds together to directly and substantially support a cause about which they are passionate. This engagement model empowers us to again work together as a team — this time across all generations — to raise substantial resources for MUN. The MUN Giving Circle surpassed its original fundraising goal of $25,000 and has raised an nearly $48,000 so far. With the help of MUN alumni, we hope to raise well over our stretch goal of $50,000.
”Working for the last 25 years with remarkably talented, passionate and committed students, I’ve witnessed the life-altering power of Model UN. Let’s all help create the next generation of transformative leaders. Please give generously to the Model UN Giving Circle’s 25th anniversary project!” — Dr. Sandy Hulme
MUN 25th Anniversary Celebration during Homecoming 2016
Save the date for Friday, October 7 for a special MUN 25th Anniversary Celebration held during the 2016 Homecoming festivities. MUN alumni will gather for a reunion and a “State of the Program” address from Dr. Sandy Hulme. Giving Circle donors will review the program’s funding needs to determine how to distribute the pooled resources.