Leadership Annual Giving- The Edward Lasell Leadership Circle

Gifts of $1,000 or more make up 75% of the funds raised by The Lasell Fund program each year.  Donors who support the College at this level receive acknowledgment in the following ways:

  • Special recognition in the Annual Donor Report
  • All donors of $1,000+ are invited to the Annual Recognition Dinner (in conjunction with the Fall Board of Trustees meeting)
  • Special invitations to other Lasell events on and off campus

The Lasell Fund is the first and most essential layer of support donors can provide.  Each one of our students is a beneficiary of this giving -- be it through a scholarship, playing a sport, working in a lab, reading a library book or even just enjoying our beautiful campus, they benefit from the distinct generosity of leadership donors.

Just as Lasell’s students work to make a difference and seek to be leaders of their generation, your philanthropic leadership makes a difference in their lives, allowing them to pursue their goals.

Membership within Lasell's Leadership Gift Societies

Membership in Lasell's Gift Societies is open to all Alumni, Parents and Friends of the College annually. Membership is available at the following donation levels:

1851 Society $25,000 +
Chairman's Council $10,000 - $24,999
President's Club $5,000-$9,999
Winslow Society $2,5000-$4,999
Torchbearers Club $1,000-$2,499
Bragdon Associates $500-$999
Lasell Associates $250-$499
Founders Club $150-$249

Student Profile

Tessa DinnieCommunication, concentration in Public Relations, Class of 2017"Lasell is a small school, with a great location and the Connected Learning experience is ideal!"  

News Highlight

Lasell Receives MassDevelopment Bond to Build New Academic Center  Thursday, November 19, 2015MassDevelopment has issued a $10 million tax-exempt bond to the College, which it will use to build and furnish a modern academic center that creatively combines it with a current structure; and a Victorian house that will serve as the president's residence. Construction on the new academic center is scheduled to begin late Spring 2016.