Johnson Annual Fund

The Johnson Annual Fund welcomes gifts of all sizes!

During the most recent fiscal year that ended June 30, 2013, a record-breaking number of donors helped the Johnson Annual Fund reach $3.16 million. The impact of these gifts is extraordinary: $3.16 million dollars in unrestricted support provides the school with spending power equal to a $70 million dollar endowment.

Resources can be directed where the need is greatest

Gifts made to the Johnson Annual Fund are unrestricted, which means Dean Soumitra Dutta can direct financial resources to activities that actively expand Johnson’s reach and reputation around the globe. See How Annual Fund Gifts Help Johnson.

Become a member of Cornell's 1865 Society

To honor and encourage regular giving, the university created the 1865 Society, named for the year of Cornell's founding. Membership is open to all Johnson alumni, students, parents, and friends who have made a gift, in any amount, for at least two consecutive years. Many Johnson Annual Fund supporters lose sight of the school's fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) and inadvertently miss making a gift some years. You can ensure your membership in the 1865 Society by making an annually recurring gift.

Visit the Johnson Online Giving site and:

  • Choose the Gift Type - Recurring
  • Set your Frequency - Annually
  • And then include an expiration date

Please join with your classmates and make your gift today

Do you work for a Matching Gift company?

If so, the impact of your personal gift will be multiplied by the employer contribution. Find out whether your employer matches gifts. 

For more information on the Johnson Annual Fund, please contact:

Leslie HathawayLeslie Z. Hathaway
Director, Johnson Annual Fund
Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
Cornell University
130 E. Seneca Street, Suite 400
Ithaca, NY 14850

Direct line: (607) 254-2264
Email: lzh2@cornell.edu

Paying It Forward

Peter A. Wright ’75, MBA ’76

Thinking out of the box – in investment management, and alumni support

Peter A. Wright ’75, MBA ’76

Annual Report

2012-2013


Annual Report 2013