Roadrunners Rise: Philanthropy Day
Today highlights the amazing donors that contribute to Metropolitan State University of Denver and make a direct impact on student success.
October 1, 2020
Today, we celebrate the amazing donors that contribute to Metropolitan State University of Denver and make a direct impact on student success.
We also invite you to join a virtual discussion about the importance of philanthropy. Join us at 11 a.m. today for a virtual discussion with Barb Grogan, chair, MSU Denver Board of Trustees; Ron Tilton, chair, MSU Denver Foundation Board; and Christine Márquez-Hudson, vice president of University Advancement and executive director of the Foundation, for a discussion moderated by Jamie Hurst, associate vice president for Strategic Engagement. The conversation will focus on the importance of philanthropy and why your gift matters at MSU Denver. Join via Zoom.
Also, Socktober is back, with two new custom sock designs. Make a $25 gift ($15 is tax-deductible) today and receive your pair of limited-edition MSU Denver socks, just in time for those chilly fall days.
And there is still time to participate in the Food Pantry Giving Challenge. Since the Roadrunner Food Pantry closed its physical location in March, the Student Care Center has provided more than 500 students with electronic gift cards to supplement their trips to the grocery store. To continue meeting the overwhelming demand for food assistance, we need your support. Your gift to the Roadrunner Food Pantry directly impacts a student and ensures that no Roadrunner goes hungry.
For more information about Homecoming 2020, contact Brandi Rideout, director, Alumni Relations.
Topics: Advancement, Alumni, Community, Excellence, Food Pantry, Funding, Homecoming, Roadrunner Food Pantry, Student SuccessEdit this page