Donor Recognition

BB&N's recognition and stewardship programs acknowledge and thank all donors for investing in our present and future. We demonstrate our appreciation for your generosity through the annual Report of Giving, which lists all fiscal year donors, regardless of gift amount or purpose, unless anonymity has been requested.

Donors to BB&N's giving societies, described below, are recognized by giving level in the annual Report of Giving for their leadership and loyalty.

1974 Leadership Society
Alumni/ae, parents, grandparents, and friends who have made BB&N a philanthropic priority play a critical role in our success at fulfilling our mission year after year. The name of the 1974 Leadership Society celebrates Browne & Nichols and Buckingham Schools and the traditions of excellence that united in 1974 to create Buckingham Browne & Nichols.

1974 Young Alumni/ae Leadership Society
Many Young Alumni/ae donors – graduates within the last two decades – are establishing themselves as leaders in shaping the future of BB&N. Joining the 1974 Young Alumni/ae Society indicates a significant commitment to the value of investing in generations of current and future graduates and sustaining the excellence of a BB&N education.

The Knights' Circle
Knights of yore placed honor and loyalty at the core of their code. Members of the Knights' Circle have demonstrated their loyalty to BB&N by making gifts for five or more consecutive years. Consistent giving allows BB&N to build on a strong, steady, and reliable foundation of support.

The Almy Society
Members join an important tradition of legacy support set by former trustees Charles and Elizabeth Almy, who bequeathed their residence to BB&N through their estate. The Almy Society recognizes individuals and families who have provided for the future of BB&N through their estate plans.