We did it! Last year, for the second year in a row, every full-time, part-time and 3/4-time employee made a gift to Brenau through the Campus Campaign. Together, we raised $101,000 for programs at the university.
Please join us in supporting Brenau as we “Give Back” to our university during the 2016-2017 Campus Campaign. This year’s campaign will run from September 29 through October 25.
Our donations provide support for student scholarships, professional development and other needs. Most importantly, our support enables students to reach their educational goals through financial assistance provided by our general scholarship fund, as well as scholarships in individual colleges and schools. Our gifts are an excellent way to make a tax-deductible contribution to our University’s mission and future. In addition, donors outside our University family are compelled to support Brenau when they see the support that faculty and staff also give back.
How to Give
It’s easy to participate. Just fill out a campaign pledge form and indicate whether you prefer to give via payroll deduction or cash, check or credit card. Return your form to the Office of External Relations at Campus Box 16. If you prefer, you can make an online gift at https://www.brenau.edu/giving/employeegiving/givingform/. Every gift is important and together, our gifts can be transformative to Brenau.
To make things interesting, we are holding a competition among schools, colleges and departments this year to see which can achieve the highest percentage of participation. Check periodically to view the status of each area during the campaign. Departments reaching 100% will be recognized at the end of the campaign.
Prize drawings for those who make a gift or pledge during the Campus Campaign 2016 will be held throughout the campaign. Give or pledge early for your best chance to win!
*This privilege is contingent on events or guests on campus on the designated days (e.g., Trustee meetings). Attire must be appropriate for the workplace and must not be faded, frayed, ripped, torn, or over-sized.