Evan Burger Donaldson ’51 Achievement Award

The Evan Burger Donaldson ’51 Achievement Award was established to honor Donaldson, an Ancient and Trustee who served others through hands-on work with organizations such as Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the New York Women’s Foundation, and the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy, as well as Miss Porter’s School. This award has been made possible by the generosity of William H. Donaldson.

The Evan Burger Donaldson ’51 Achievement Award is commensurate with the Daisy Pin as one of the School’s highest honors. As the Daisy Pin recognizes exceptional service on behalf of the School, this new award recognizes outstanding service to the larger community. The recipient will have worked to better the changing world we share and shape. This award will be presented biennially to an Ancient whose dedication to service to others is exemplary.

The Evan Burger Donaldson '51 Achievement Award
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Nominations must be received by November 1, 2018.
"Among the students of today are the leaders of tomorrow who will have to wrestle with the ongoing problems of poverty, illness, education, toxic wastes, the eldery, and so on. I believe if we can make students aware at an early age of the many needs in a community, they will carry this concern with them into adulthood."

Evan Burger Donaldson '51
Miss Porter's School
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