University of South Dakota to Launch UniteforUSD Fundraising Drive Feb 12
With Unite for USD, the university joins a rising number of national universities using giving day events to engage with community members, donors and alumni and introduce them to high impact programs on campus in need of support.
USD, and volunteer social ambassadors, will encourage support during the two-day period on social media and on campus with unique challenges, donor match opportunities, and more. Individuals are also encouraged to tag #UniteforUSD on social media Feb. 12 and 13 and share why they’re ambassadors for USD.
“Unite for USD is an opportunity for the Coyote community to participate in the celebration as we prepare for the inauguration of our 18th president by making an impact on campus. Every gift matters, and there are areas all across campus to support so everyone can give to the area that matters most to them,” said Whitney Alexander, executive director of constituent engagement for the USD Foundation. “Every gift makes an impact, no matter the size, and contributes to building a culture of philanthropy on campus.”
Those who give to USD during the campaign can direct their gifts where they choose by visiting uniteforusd.org.
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