Online Giving Day
Our Centennial year, 2013, is a great time to start a new philanthropic tradition: Online Giving Day.
November 14 is the day for all of Georgia State’s students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends to come together to make a difference in the lives of our students – and to shape the next century of our university. Here’s why:
- One-day-only matching funds mean your gift will have even greater value.
- You’ll make a collective impact with other alumni and friends of the university.
Participate in our inaugural Online Giving Day event on November 14 and be a part of making history!
Make a Gift
Overall Challenge: If we have 150 donors give to any area during Online Giving Day, Jay Bernath with give $2,000 to university-wide funds.
Athletics: If we have 15 donors give to any Athletics fund during Online Giving Day, William Pate will give $1,500 to Athletics.
College of Arts & Sciences: If we have 40 donors give to any fund in the College of Arts & Sciences during Online Giving Day, William Pate will give $1,000 to the college.
J. Mack Robinson College of Business: If we have 25 donors give to any fund in the College of Business during Online Giving Day, Tonya Bodie will give $1,000 to the college.
Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions: If we have 10 donors give to any BFLSNHP fund during Online Giving Day, Susan and David Laird will give $1,000 to the school.
Honors College: If we have 5 donors give to any Honors College fund during Online Giving Day, Angelic Moore will give $1,000 to the college + $2,000 from Dean Larry Berman for an additional 20 donations.
School of Public Health: If we have 5 donors give to any Public Health fund during Online Giving Day, Dean Michael Eriksen will give $500 to the school.
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