Make A Donation

Donations

Your committee is trying to keep reunion costs as low as possible, but overhead is difficult to predict at this point, and some "seed" money would be useful.  Extra expenses could involve dinners for the invited teachers plus their guest, website fees, name tags, copy costs, decorations, and so forth.  There are a host of unknowns!

Gifts in kind will also be welcomed. If any classmates own businesses which can provide either items or services needed by the reunion committee or gifts suitable as door prizes, they are encouraged to e-mail info@mvhs94.org

Using PayPal

Getting Started: You can make a donation to the Mountain View Class of 94 Reunion Fund by clicking on the Donate button on the right hand side of the Home Page. PayPal is a secure way of paying for goods or donating money over the Internet whether you have a PayPal account or not.

Security: Once you click on the Donate button, you will be taken to the secure PayPal site. You will recognize that it's secure because the URL in your address bar will begin with https:// and if your browser has a little lock icon, it will be showing.

Making a Donation: On that page, enter your donation amount and click the Update Total button. Then, if you have a PayPal account, log in and choose your method of payment. If you do not have a PayPal account click on the "continue" link and pay with a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

Mailing a Check

If you don't want to use PayPal to make a donation, you can mail us a check.

Please make the check payable to:

MVHS Class of 94 Reunion

And mail the check to:

Michael Degala
Class of 1994 Reunion
2834 Montair Way
Union City, CA 94587

Please include contact information so we can confirm with you when we receive your check and a note indicating if it is a donation. If you wish to remain annonymous please also let us know.

Tax Disclaimer

Although we won't be making any profit from this venture, we are not an authorized charity. Therefore, any gifts you give will probably not be tax-deductible. Check with your tax advisor to be sure.