Giving

Giving Back: Help Build the Legacy

As a graduate of the School of Social Work, you’re a vital link in building a strong and meaningful legacy. By making a cash gift and/or including BUSSW in your estate planning, you can help define the School as an institution that not only meets the needs and expectations its students, faculty, and community, but far exceeds them. Gifts and pledges provide financial support for talented students who may otherwise lack the opportunity for an education and training at a highly ranked private institution. They also invest in the best faculty to influence generations of students who will shape the landscape of service delivery. Any contribution, large or small, will unquestionably help your alma mater achieve its fullest potential.

Further, you’ll be adding to the incredible and exciting spirit of giving now pervading campus. On September 21, 2012, BU launched its first-ever comprehensive fundraising campaign, an ambitious $1 billion, five-year endeavor. The aim is multifold: to increase support for BU’s brilliant faculty; to raise the scale and scope of university research, ultimately helping people live better lives; to provide for its diverse student body by keeping tuition affordable for all deserving students; and to enhance and improve the physical landscape of both vibrant campuses. Learn more about the campaign priorities and progress and consider joining this unprecedented effort.

We are honored to recognize the following individuals who contributed leadership gifts of $1,000 or more to any School of Social Work Fund in fiscal year 2013 (July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013).

$25,000 and above

Anonymous
Rhea K. Bufferd (SSW’74) and Allan Bufferd
Anonymous

$10,000 – $24,999

Annette S. Eskind (SSW’51)
Cassandra M. Clay (SSW’79) and Phillip L. Clay v
Golda Edinburg
Donald H. Haliburton v
Muriel Bloch Kolner Sieh (CAS’45, SSW’47)

$5,000 – $9,999

Maki Amano v
Kate Buttenwieser (SSW’63) and Paul Buttenwieser v
Nancy R. Karp (SSW’78) v

$2,500 – $4,999

Brian H. McCorkle (GRS’92, GRS’99) and Gail S. Steketee v ²
Doreen Saskin (SSW’81) and Alan Saskin v
Joan F. Strauss (SSW’70)
Joseph M. Calabrese (SDM’91, SDM’92) and Michele A. Calabrese (SSW’93) v
Linda H. Singer (SSW’69)
Linda Kilburn (SSW’74) and Bruce Peterson v
Naomi M. Stanhaus (SSW’70) and James S. Stanhaus v p
Paul E. Singer
Steve D. Tirado (SSW’82) and Teresa Tirado v

$1,000 – $2,499

Ann K. Salahuddin (MED’85, SSW’74, MET’81) and Syed Z. Salahuddin v
Carol L. Thrane (SSW’90) and Robert K. Martin v
David I. Epstein (GSM’84) and Sarah B. Epstein (SSW’82) v
Diane L. Engel
Donald R. McCaul (SSW’58) v
Dorothy J. Bergold (SSW’81, SED’74) and Alan Stevens v
Dorothy Kopel v
Edith D. Lowy (SSW’88) p
Elinor B. Tirre (SSW’55)
Emily S. Hancock (SSW’74) v
Isabelle Lopes (SSW’04, SPH’05) and James C. Lopes v
Jack McCarthy and Geri McCarthy
Jane D. Barna (SSW’77) and Kenneth M. Barna v
Jerrold Mitchell
Kenneth G. Grant (STH’75) and Marie L. Yannaco-Grant (SSW’75)
Lauren J. Komack (SSW’72) v
Marcia Strean (SSW’54)
Peter Byers v
Susan A. Bernstein (SSW’90, CAS’82)
Trudy K. Duffy v
William I. Cowin and Judith A. Cowin v
Wilma C. Peebles-Wilkins

Key
v Annual Fund Leadership Giving Society
p Current or Former Parent
² Faculty or Staff Member
U Deceased

Annette S. Eskind (SSW’51)
Cassandra M. Clay (SSW’79) and Phillip L. Clay <<
Donald H. Haliburton <<
Golda Edinburg <
Muriel Bloch Kolner Sieh (CAS’45, SSW’47)