Recognition Societies

In appreciation

It is with gratitude that we recognize the leadership support of our donors — the planned gifts and other forms of deferred contributions that support our school.

The Blue & Gold Society recognizes leadership support of The Agnes Irwin School. The society is comprised of alumnae, parents, faculty and friends whose annual contribution, whether unrestricted or given for a specific purpose, totals $1,869 or more. Benefits include a patrons' reception and special acknowledgment in the school's annual report.

Recognition Levels

  • 1869 Founders: $50,000 or more
  • Headmistress Circle: $25,000 to $49,999
  • Rosemont Advocates: $10,000 to $24,999
  • Delancey Partners: $5,000 to $9,999
  • Wynnewood Tower: $2,500 to $4,999
  • 1869 Circle: $1,869 to $2,499
Young Alumnae Leadership Society at The Agnes Irwin School

The Young Alumnae Leadership Society recognizes young alumnae leadership support of The Agnes Irwin School. The society is composed of AIS's most recent alumnae who graduated within the past 20 years whose annual contribution totals the amount listed below. We are so grateful to offer them a special acknowledgment in the school's annual report and access to meeting and interacting with the AIS Alumnae Board and The National Alumnae Advisory Council.

Recognition Levels

  • 1-5 years, $150+
  • 6-10 years, $250+
  • 11-15 years, $500+
  • 16-20 years, $1,000+

The Laurel Society recognizes those who establish a planned gift arrangement with The Agnes Irwin School. Planned gifts include bequest intentions, charitable remainder trusts, gift annuities, the school’s pooled income fund and other forms of deferred support. Laurel Society members receive a gold laurel leaf pin and are invited the annual Laurel Society breakfast and other special events.


Started in 1998 by Class of 1953 Annabelle Pierson Irey and Pat McPherson, The Laurel Society recognizes the planned giving arrangement which allows donors to create a legacy that extends the length and breadth of their generosity. 

For additional information on the Laurel Society and how you can become a member, please contact Director of Development Margaret Welsh.