With the largest outside commitment in the history of Penn State's Class Gift Campaign, the Penn State Alumni Association has pledged up to $200,000 to match every contribution from seniors to this year's gift, the 2016 Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) endowment.
As of April 26, the Class Gift Campaign has raised just over $125,000 in support of CAPS, leaving $75,000 in unmatched funds. Make your gift today to both double the amount of your gift and provide twice as much care to students.
Beginning with the class of 1861, Penn State seniors have a long and rich tradition of giving back to Penn State. From the Lion Shrine to the Allen Street Gates, the HUB Aquarium to the Victory Bell, the legacy of Penn State seniors encompasses the spirit, enthusiasm, passion and tradition of the University.
Our mission as the Class Gift Campaign is simple: promote a philanthropic spirit among the graduating class by providing students an opportunity to leave their legacy at the University they call home. Through a collective effort, the senior class has the opportunity to give both their time and financial resources in order to leave their mark on Penn State and take their first step toward becoming proud alumni.
An endowment to support CAPS. The class of 2016 has selected a permanent, annual source of funding available to help ensure accessible and timely care is available to students who need the support that CAPS can provide. Now, we need our class to work collectively to make this endowment a reality by making a gift today. The amount of the annual funding to CAPS is proportional to the initial amount donated by the class, so the more funding that is donated, the more the annual amount available to the center increases.
Penn State Alumni Association pledges largest gift in Class Gift history to support CAPSThe Penn State Class Gift Campaign executive committee announced that the Penn State Alumni Association has committed up to $200,000 to match contributions from seniors to this year’s gift, the 2016 Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) endowment.
Class of 2016 supports fellow students with enduring gift to CAPSEndowment will provide an additional source of funding for counseling and psychological services
'We Are' Sculpture to be dedicated Oct. 2The new 'We Are' sculpture, the gift of Penn State's Class of 2013, quickly has become a favorite spot for photos on the University Park campus.
Penn State emergency medical services get a dose of ITFounded as a senior class gift in 1956, UAS is the oldest and one of the largest collegiate ambulance services in the nation, each year answering about 1,200 calls and staffing 600 events each year -- September 18, 2015
The Class Gift Campaign always needs more eager volunteers looking to help leave a legacy at Penn State. Getting involved is simple and can be done in different ways:
If you have any questions regarding the Class Gift Campaign committee, how to get involved or just want to know more, please contact any one of our executive committee members.
There’s a lot going on with the Class Gift campaign, so to keep it easy, click on the link below to see answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. If you can’t find an answer, be sure to contact us.
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