Monday, April 15, 2013

          UC Hastings Challenge Inspires New Gifts

          Wrapping up its fourth year, the UC Hastings Challenge raised almost $200,000 in 2012. Twenty-five team captains inspired their UC Hastings colleagues to participate in this annual fundraising campaign. Seven firms achieved the 100 percent goal, and five firms reached 50 percent.

          Alyce Rubinfeld Fox '82 has served as chair of the Challenge for two years. "This was a momentous year for the Challenge," Rubinfeld Fox says. "It is gratifying to work with so many enthusiastic alumni alumni volunteers and donors, and I am looking forward to achieving even better results in 2013."

          Funds raised are used to support scholarships, clinical programs, career services, and many other areas that benefit from the generosity of alumni. For information about the 2013 Challenge, contact Robin Drysdale, annual giving manager, at 415.565.4852 or drysdale@uchastings.edu

          PLATINUM LEVEL (100 Percent Participation)

          Allen Matkins, Sandi Nichols '81 and Mark Seifert '01

          Duane Morris, Philip Matthews '77

          Glaser Weil Fink Jacobs Howard Avchen & Shapiro, Paul Salvaty '93

          Gordon & Rees, Skip McCowan '74 and Mike Lucey '81

          Haynes Boone, William O'Neill '07

          Keker & Van Nest, Simona Agnolucci '06

          Musick Peeler, Alyce Rubinfeld Fox '82

          SILVER LEVEL (50 Percent Participation)

          Bartko Zankel, Griff Towle '89

          Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass, Daniel Vermillion '09

          Farella Braun + Martel, Kelly Woodruff '92

          Pillsbury, Gerry Hinkley '75 and Jim Young '69

          Wendel Rosen, Christine Noma '82

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