The Littauer Society recognizes generous individuals who give $1,000 or more to the HKS Fund in a fiscal year (July 1 to June 30). These gifts provide immediate-use funds for the School’s teaching, learning, and research initiatives. With a foundation of support from Littauer Society members, the HKS Fund helps the Kennedy School achieve its core mission of educating exceptional public leaders.
The society is named for Lucius Littauer, whose transformational gift in 1936 established Harvard Kennedy School. Today, the Littauer Society honors those who share Lucius’s generous spirit and commitment to public policy research and education.
This group will be invited to campus for an annual Littauer Society event and other special programming, with opportunities to engage with faculty, students, and other members of the HKS community.
Littauer Society membership is available at several giving levels. We are happy to talk with you about which level is appropriate for your individual circumstances. For more information on the Littauer Society, please contact us.
Littauer Society Membership Levels
The HKS Loyalty Society recognizes those who contribute to the HKS Fund at any level each year. The Kennedy School relies on these invaluable, loyal donors. For more information on the HKS Loyalty Society, please contact the HKS Fund.
The Graham T. Allison Society recognizes those who contribute to the Kennedy School through estate, capital, and planned gifts. Such commitments enhance the School’s ability to address whatever changes may come in the future. For more information about planned giving, please contact Elizabeth Dustin.