Faculty and Staff Exceed Giving Participation Goal!

Thank you to our faculty and staff donors who made a gift to Meredith College between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. We reached 60% employee giving participation and exceeded the goal by 5%! 

We Did It! Meredith College Faculty and Staff, 60% giving participationIt was an exciting year as faculty and staff joined together to support Meredith College. Several areas and departments across campus showed a competitive spirit as they achieved the 100% giving participation recognition. 

As a result, we have many campus giving successes to celebrate including:

            * 240 total campus donors
            * 11 campus areas/departments with 100% giving participation
            * $46,626 raised from employee gifts to support the College

It’s an honor to recognize our faculty and staff donors from Fiscal Year 2013-2014.  We appreciate your dedication to Meredith and your participation in our campus giving initiative.

View the list of Faculty and Staff Donors

All donors during the fiscal year (July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014) will be listed in the official Honor Roll of Donors. This current list is an attempt on the part of the Division of Institutional Advancement to ensure that all employee donors receive thanks and recognition.  If you have a concern about why your name is not listed or how it is listed, please contact Jean Gambrill, Assistant Director of The Meredith Fund, at gambrillj@meredith.edu or x8392.

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