Arkansas State University (A-State) will be holding its first-ever Day of Giving this week.
On Tuesday, April 27, A-State will launch a 1,909-minute fundraising campaign, which pays tribute to the university’s origins when the Arkansas General Assembly passed Act 100 in 1909 to establish it.
“With more than 100,000 alumni, A-State has an opportunity for something special to happen on our Give to A-State Day. And we are so much more than just our alumni with tens of thousands of current students, faculty, staff, parents and friends, we are inviting everyone to step up for the Red Wolves. Your generosity will lead to our ability to advance Arkansas State in so many ways,” A-State Chancellor Kelly Damphousse said in a video promoting the Day of Giving.
Individuals can choose to donate to one of 24 specific areas in the university or can select a particular cause to support. Donors can support specific academic programs, scholarships or extracurricular activities.
To donate on the Day of Giving, click here to visit the Day of Giving website.
“It’s now time to show the strength of the pack by the action of each Red Wolf,” Damphousse said.