The 101: Fund’s 50th Anniversary Benefit

Dear Friends,

Thank you for purchasing tickets for the 101: Fund’s 50th Anniversary Benefit. Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled due to new policies put into place by Princeton University on March 9 in response to COVID19. Specifically, the University has prohibited events that involve more than 100 people or use more than one-third of a venue’s capacity. This directly affects us as our event was to be held in Prospect House, a University venue. We hope to reschedule the benefit in the fall; but due to the evolving crisis, it is not possible for us to make concrete plans at this time.

If you would like a refund; please email Susan Kanter at Alternately, you may make your tickets a fully tax-deductible donation. We will make a note so that if we are able to reschedule the event for the fall, you will already be listed as a ticket-holder.

We thank you for your understanding and your generous support of the 101: Fund.


Jennifer Jang President, The 101: Fund

The 101: Fund’s 50th Anniversary Benefit

50th Anniversary Party
Saturday, March 21, 2020, 7-11pm
Prospect House, Princeton University

Please join us for delicious food and drinks, including signature cocktail; our “Wishing Wall”; and music by the fabulous Franklin & Alison band, a local favorite!

Proceeds benefit the 101: Fund, Princeton High School’s need-based college scholarship fund, marking its 50th anniversary this year! Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.

$150 – Silver – Click here to purchase a Silver Ticket

$250 – Gold  – Click here to purchase a Gold Ticket    

$500 – Platinum – Click here to purchase a Platinum Ticket

$1000 – Patron (includes 4 tickets) – Click here to become a Patron

$2500 – Benefactor (includes 8 tickets) – Click here to become a Benefactor

If you cannot attend, but would like to make a donation, click here.

On behalf of the entire all-volunteer board of the 101: Fund, thank you for supporting this organization and enabling PHS graduates to realize their college dreams. We look forward to celebrating with you!

Jennifer Jang, President                     

Judy Rougas, Benefit Co-chair

Rob McMahon, Benefit Co-chair

Early Supporters

Abigail Rose and Adam Seiden
Anne Fahey
Anne Thomsen Lord and and Errol Lord
Anthony and Kathy Klockenbrink
Beth and Kevin Heaney
Betsy Kalber Baglio and Steve Baglio
Bob Rabner and Gayle Reisman
Bonnie Guth and Adam Dubow
Carrie and Doug Elwood
Christina and Mike Walden
Dana and Rob McMahon
Danielle and Jeremy Bahr
David Rosenfeld
Doug and Alex Davis
Elizabeth and Eric Hamblet
Elizabeth and Greg Samios
Jamie and Kathy Herring
Jeff Lucker
Jennifer and Bryan McGuirk
Jennifer Jang and Sam Becker
Jess and Ted Deutsch
Jim and Sandy Beslity
Julie and Robert Ramirez
Julie and Young Cho
Karen and Archibald Reid
Kathleen and Hartmut Kraft
Keli and Larry Lynch
Leanne and Jim Hunter
Liz Lempert and Ken Norman
Lori and Tad Troilo
Lynda G. Dodd
Marisabel Fernandez and Raul Figueroa
Martha Land and Larry Greenberg
Mary and Jeff Bechler
Mike and Jeanette Timmons
Pat and Cheryl McCormick
Pat Pannell
Patrick and Meg Caddeau
Patti Lieberman
Paul and Judy Rougas
Riva and Howard Levy
Roxanne and Jim List
Steve, Cindy, and Matthew Olentine
Sue and Jorgen Hansen
Susan and Larry Kanter
Teri McIntire and Scott Carver
Vicki and Brad Corrodi


Lukas Eriksson, Anne Fahey, Marisabel Fernandez, Tad Troilo, Christina Walden


We recommend guests park in metered spots on Prospect Street or Nassau Street or in one of the downtown parking lots. Another option is to park in Princeton University Lots 10 and 13 (see map and details below).

All of the numbered lots surrounding campus are available to anyone for use outside of normal business hours. The lots shown are about a 5 – 7 minute walk from Prospect House. Guests can also be dropped off by Uber or Lyft at Prospect House, but no one can park without a hangtag in the circle or on campus