This club recognizes donors who are the cornerstones of support.
To honor our generous donors, Prescott college offers a number of different recognition circles, societies and clubs. Giving societies recognize the collective gifts of the donor for the fiscal year.
|Recognition Circles, Societies and Clubs||Contributions|
|Gold and Turquoise Circle||$10,000 and up|
|President's Circle||$5,000 - $9,999|
|Humphrey's Peak Society||$2,500 - $4,999|
|Thumb Butte Society||$1,000 - $2,499|
|Founder's Club||$500 - $999|
|Bradshaw Mountains Club||$250 - $499|
|Ponderosa Pine Club||$100 - $249|
|Granite Club||$25 - $99 (In Kind Gift)|
- Gold and Turquoise Circle- represents the official colors of Prescott College as established by its founding president, Dr. Charles Franklin Parker, this circle recognizes donors who have made gifts of $10,000 or more.
- President's Circle- named in honor of the of individuals who have served as President of Prescott College since its founding in 1966, each having made a special and lasting contribution. This circle recognizes donors who have made gifts between $5,000 and $9,999.
- Humphrey's Peak Society- named after Humphrey's Peak, located 85 miles to the north of Prescott, the crown jewel of the beautiful San Francisco Peaks. These mountains hold great sacred meaning to the Navajo and Hopi nations. AT 12, 670 feet and snow-covered much of the year, Humphrey's Peak is the highest point in Arizona and easily seen from Prescott. This society recognizes donors who have made gifts between $2,500 and$4,999.
- Thumb Butte Society- named after a rock outcropping that overlooks Prescott and the College's main campus. Thumb Butte served as a landmark for native tribes, pioneers, and early settlers. Today it is the signature symbol of the city of Prescott. This society recognizes donors who have made gifts between $1,000 and $2,499.
- Founder's Club- named in honor of the original visionaries of Prescott College who in 1960, led by Dr. Charles Franklin Parker, began the journey that would eventually establish Prescott College, "a college destined to have a character of its own." This club recognizes donors who have made gifts between $500 and $999.
- Bradshaw Mountains Club- named after the Bradshaw Mountains, located just south of Prescott. The mountains compromise on of the most highly mineralized mountain ranges in the world with their abundance of silver, copper, led and zinc. The discovery of gold in the Bradshaws in the 1860s brought more than 1, 600 prospectors to the area and established the first settlement in norther Arizona. This club recognizes donors who have made gifts between $250 and $499.
- Ponderosa Pine Club- named after the world's largest remaining stand of naive Ponderosa Pine located int he Prescott National Forest on the south and west sides of the city. The Ponderosa Pine was important in the building of hte early pioneers and settlers due to its reputation as sturdy and long-lasting timber. The tree itself is the tallest in the fores with some towering more than 180 feet. This club recognizes donors who have made gifts between $100 and $249.
- Granite Club- named after granite igneous rock, a high-profile and important part of Prescott's history and environment -from the historic granite courthouse to Granite Mountain and the Granite Dells. Because of its strength and durability, granite has been the building material of choice by countless builders since ancient times. This club recognizes donors who are the "cornerstones" of support with "in kind" gifts and gifts between $25 and $99.
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