Annual participation in class fundraising campaigns signals the enduring connection alumni have with fellow classmates and the School. Support from alumni plays a critical role in advancing the HBS mission to educate leaders who make a difference in the world.

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8,496
Fiscal Year 2018 Donors
July 1, 2017 -
May 20, 2018
81% of all living MBA Alumni
Have given to HBS at least once
 
All-time MBA participation Records
 
92%

Reunion
class
MBA 1992

68%

Non-reunion
class
MBA 1966

100%

Reunion/
non-reunion section
MBA 1983C, 1992B, 1991A, 1991F

 

8,400
Gifts Under
$1,000
Totaled
$1.8M
(Total HBS Fund Giving FY 2017)

 
13

New class gift & participation records

12,774

Donors

 
786 First-time donors
7,492 Consistent donors
Results from 01 Jul 2016-30 Jun 2017
27%
of HBS revenue comes from donor support
1,500
Fund volunteers
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Recognizing Volunteers

 

Helping HBS Make Big Bets

Kara Medoff Barnett loved being a Broadway producer and came to HBS because she thought the live theater industry could learn a lot from other industries

The Power of Cultural Understanding

Majid Jafar sees the global influence of HBS as a key to creating change in the world, a view that is informed by his experiences growing up in the United Arab Emirates, his time at HBS, and his current position as CEO of Crescent Petroleum, the oldest private oil and natural gas company in the Middle East.

Record-Breaking Gift for Fellowships

Jonathan S. Lavine and Jeannie Bachelor Lavine met at HBS, and in the 25 years since they graduated, their appreciation for the importance of diversity in the HBS classroom has only deepened.

Promoting a Deeper Understanding

One of HBS’s greatest strengths, says Jed Bullard (MBA 1975), is that it trains students to appreciate different perspectives, in particular, how people brought up in different countries, cultures, and political systems think about issues and conduct business.

Improving Health Care Delivery

In the mid-1980s, Jeffrey Jay had set his sights on academic medicine, having earned his MD from Boston University.