Loren Eiseley Leadership Giving Society

The Loren Eiseley Leadership Giving Society (LES) was created to honor the memory of Eiseley–long-time University of Pennsylvania Museum anthropologist, essayist, and poet–by helping to further his ideals and sustain the Museum he cherished. Members of the Society contribute at least $1,500 annually to the Museum in unrestricted support, the most vital type of funding, since it is available where most needed at any time.

Loren Eiseley in the Warden Garden. Photo by Frank Ross. Penn Museum image 140724.

The Loren Eiseley Leadership Giving Society (LES) was created to honor the memory of Eiseley–long-time University of Pennsylvania Museum anthropologist, essayist, and poet–by helping to further his ideals and sustain the Museum he cherished. Members of the Society contribute at least $1,500 annually to the Museum in unrestricted support, the most vital type of funding, since it is available where most needed at any time.

LES members at the Silver Circle and above provide at least $2,500 annually and are also recognized as members of the University of Pennsylvania's Benjamin Franklin Society. To learn more about the recognition and benefits for the Benjamin Franklin Society, click here.

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New York chapter of the Loren Eiseley Leadership Giving Society

Penn Museum recently debuted a New York chapter of the Loren Eiseley Leadership Giving Society to further honor Loren Eiseley’s ideals and sustain his cherished Museum.

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