Did you ever think of the collective power of the university’s annual Charitable Giving Campaign?
Did you know that if each full-time UST employee gave $2 per pay period, $78,000 would be raised to give back to the broader community?
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Did you know that the official end to the university’s Charitable Giving Campaign is Friday, Nov. 13, but that the Office for Mission will accept donations at any time during the year?
Did you know that if you have not already done so, you can still print the pledge form found on the Charitable Giving web site, complete it, and send it to the Office for Mission (AQU104)?
Did you know that donations can be made by cash, check or through payroll deduction either as a one-time deduction or spread over 26 weeks?
Did you know that this year new contributors to the campaign or those who increase their donation by 5 percent over last year’s donation are eligible for the Charitable Giving Drawing? To be eligible return your pledge form to the Office for Mission by 4:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13. A list of donated items for the drawing, including a luncheon for five employees hosted by Father Dennis Dease, president of St. Thomas, can be found on the Charitable Giving web site.
Mother Teresa once said, “If you can’t feed 100 people, then just feed one!” Can you help us feed at least one person?