The 1769 Society is a community of generous alumni, parents, and friends who demonstrate the power of collective giving to make Dartmouth accessible for all students.
1769 Society members make up only about 10 percent of donors but provide almost 80 percent of the funds Dartmouth uses for its vital financial aid program.
Your leadership giving—and membership in the 1769 Society—make a real and immediate impact on Dartmouth, keeping our community vibrant, diverse, and thriving.
Our Students Want to Thank You
1769 Society Events
We can't wait to see you at one of these upcoming 1769 Society regional events!
Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - San Francisco
151 3rd Street
San Francisco, California
Thursday, March 5, 2020 - New York
- Kimpton Hotel Eventi
851 6th Avenue
New York, New York
Thursday, April 2, 2020 - Washington D.C.
- Venue: TBD
Thursday, May 7, 2020 - Boston
- Boston Public Library
700 Boylston Street
“It’s important to me to be a member of the 1769 Society every year. Dartmouth continues to play an important role in my life—I want to make sure other deserving young people can have that experience regardless of their financial circumstances.”- Jake Tapper ’91
Members join annually at these levels:
John Ledyard Fellows $2,500
Fellows of the Baker Bells $5,000
Fellows of the Lone Pine $10,000
Fellows of Mount Moosilauke $25,000
Fellows of the Green $50,000
Samson Occom Fellows $100,000
Daniel Webster Fellows $250,000
Eleazar Wheelock Fellows $500,000
Lord Dartmouth Fellows $1 million or more
Young alumni may join at these levels:
Class of 2019 $100
Classes of 2016, 2017, 2018 $250
Classes of 2013, 2014, 2015 $500
Class of 2012 $1,000
*These levels qualify for membership as John Ledyard Fellows
Join us! Make your gift online or call 603-646-3621.
Three ways to reach 1769 Society level
1. Dartmouth couples may combine gifts
2. Ask your employer if they have a matching gifts program
3. Make a recurring gift
“It’s important to me to be a member of the 1769 Society every year because Dartmouth alumni had my financial back as a student and I’d like to do the same for future generations of Dartmouth alumni.”- Ammar Khalid ’01