Honor Your Graduate

Honor Your Graduate Challenge

Honor Your Graduate Challenge 2014

Thirty Days to honor their success!

April 18 – May 17

With Commencement 2014 fast approaching, we invite you to honor your graduate’s success by making a gift to the Gettysburg Fund during the Honor Your Graduate Challenge.

Throughout the 30 days leading up to Commencement, senior parents of the Parents Advisory Board Development Committee will donate $2 for every $1 you donate up to $30,000! Also, if 30% of our senior parents make a gift during the Challenge, this group will donate an additional $10,000.

When you make a gift to honor your student and recognize someone who has made an impact on their Gettysburg career—perhaps a professor, coach, campus employee, or fellow student—both your student and the faculty or staff member will receive a special recognition card.

In addition, Cupola Society members (minimum gift of $1,500) are invited to a special brunch during Commencement Weekend, at which time a limited number of reserved seating tickets for Commencement will be available.

Make your gift before May 17 and triple the impact as you honor your graduate. www.gettysburg.edu/makeagift

 


Ngonidzashe Choga P’12 honored his son and recognized Professor Eileen Stillwaggon with a gift to the Gettysburg Fund.

"Professor Stillwaggon (Harold G. Evans Professor of Eisenhower Leadership Studies/Professor of Economics) has taught my son not only useful lessons in her class, but also equipped him with the fundamentals of how to be successful for the rest of his college career. Such skills are necessary for proficiency in post college situations.  I am indebted to her academic and life blend — an approach that enhances one's efficiency and effectiveness regardless of the challenge."

Ngonidzashe M. Choga, parent of Munyaradzi Choga ’12


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Make your gift to the Gettysburg Fund today.  (Use the comment box to tell us the name of your student and the campus member you are recognizing.)

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