Phonathon Partnerships in Our Community

Phonathon Partnerships in Our Community

The Meredith College Phonathon Program is fortunate to have 21 strong student callers for the 2013-14 fiscal year. The young women who make up our Phonathon team work very hard to secure gifts to our annual fund by calling alumnae and friends of the College.

With the demands and challenges of this role come great rewards. Through weekly calling competitions, our students have the opportunity to earn gift cards and free vouchers to numerous local businesses. The Meredith Fund Office is grateful for the partnerships we have developed with the following organizations in our community:

18 Seaboard
AMF Pleasant Valley Lanes
Bonefish Grill, North Hills
Café Carolina and Bakery, Cameron Village
Café Caturra, Cameron Village
Cameron Spa and Nails, Cameron Village
Chick-fil-A, North Hills
Five Guys, North Hills
Fox and Hound, North Hills
FreshBerry Frozen Yogurt Café, Hillsborough Street
Massage Envy Spa, The Shoppes at Oberlin Court
Meredith Supply Store
Noodles and Company, Cameron Village
Sparians Bowling Boutique & Bistro, North Hills
Village Draft House, Cameron Village

These businesses have demonstrated loyalty to our College, and we hope you will show your appreciation by supporting them throughout the year!

A special thank you to alumna Alice Clayton, ’74, for supplying healthy snacks for students during the first week of calling.

--Submitted by Margo Alfieri, The Meredith Fund program coordinator

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