Saybrook: Forty Years as the Heart of the Humanistic Vision
Dear Fellow Saybrookians,
Greetings in this Holiday Season!
As our Fortieth Anniversary year draws to a close, please consider contributing to Saybrook's Annual Fund, and help insure that the Humanistic Vision continues to grow and thrive.
See outtakes from Dr. Mark Schulman's Annual Appeal Letter, below.
All here at Saybrook Wish You a Wonderful Holiday Season and a Prosperous and Healthy New Year.
Saybrook Alumnus and Director of Alumni Relations
To make a contribution, checks can be sent Att: Annual Fund, Saybrook University, 747 Front Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111 or contact Terry Hopper firstname.lastname@example.org 415-394-5220
From the Annual Fund Appeal:
We are approaching the conclusion of our 40th anniversary year, a year in which we have celebrated our legacy, advanced our mission, and become more deeply in touch with our core principles and values. These values embody our soul, inspire and drive our success, and challenge us to ask the question: What does it mean to be human in the 21st century?....
I invite you to join us in this exciting endeavor with a gift to the Saybrook University Annual Fund. Your gift will help us sustain and grow the University, enhance and expand our program offerings, and support our students, faculty, and staff in the incredible work they do....
Saybrook University is a community of remarkable people doing remarkable work. To honor the humanistic impact Saybrook students have made in our communities over the past 40 years, we have created a very special publication: What Does It Mean To Be Human? This book chronicles our early beginnings to the creation of Saybrook University, and includes stories from many people important to our legacy. This book is our special thank you gift for donors who support our annual fund with a gift of $250 or more.
I hope you will consider a gift at any level to help us culminate our 40th anniversary and make this truly an outstanding year. We are deeply grateful for your support....
Mark Schulman, PhD