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Apr. 2, 2014, 12:39 PM
Vanderbilt has kicked off its annual Faculty-Staff Campaign for university central faculty and staff members, with a goal of raising $1.1 million or more.
Co-chaired by Vanessa Beasley, associate professor of communication studies and director of the program in American studies, and Trey Beasley, assistant vice chancellor for treasury and university treasurer, the campaign helps raise funds that are critical to the work we do each day.
All gifts, no matter the size, help the cause and allow you to be a part of the campaign to make Vanderbilt a better community.
If you have already made a gift to Vanderbilt this fiscal year, thank you. It will count toward the campaign goal. University central faculty and staff are invited to join with others across campus and make a gift before the campaign ends on June 30.
Participation in annual giving to Vanderbilt is vital. It not only funds the teaching and research missions of the university but also inspires additional gifts from alumni, parents and friends that further advance our mission and motivate our work.
Every gift is tax-deductible, and payroll deduction is available. You may designate your gift to the Vanderbilt school, program or organization that is most meaningful to you. Together we can build an even better Vanderbilt.
For more information or to make your gift, visit the Faculty-Staff Campaign website.
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