MTSU Charitable Giving Campaign

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$14,000
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$140,000
$140,971
$140,970.82 raised so far

MTSU Building A Brighter Tomorrow for Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, and Beyond!!

The MTSU Employee Charitable Giving Campaign is now underway in support of a number of local charities. This year's campaign will run from October 1 – November 1. Your Change can make a Change is our theme, and our goal is $140,000 in pledges this year. With just over 2,200 employees here at MTSU, this goal can be easily attained if each employee pledged $64 per year. That's just $5.33 per month. We pledged $136,558.81 last year.

Gifts may be designated to any charitable organization from a list of four independent charities and three federated charitable organizations including Community Health Charities, Community Shares, and local United Ways. The payroll deduction option is provided and is a very cost-effective way of making your gift. Donations pledged for calendar year 2021 will not automatically continue into the new year. Each year you are given an opportunity to change your contributions or to renew an existing one by submitting a new pledge form; therefore, you should submit a new form for the 2022 calendar year.

If you have any questions about the campaign, please contact Allison McGoffin at 898-2953.

Congratulations to our Weekly Prize Winners! 

Thank you to Tyler Henson, Interim Registrar for joining us as a special guest.

WEEK 5 DRAWING #2 PRIZE WINNERS

Lightning Christmas Tree Ornament – Kimball Bullington, Management

True Blue Polo – Nina Endsley, Business & Finance

True Blue 11 oz. Travel Mug – Melissa Towe, Student Support Services

True Blue Backpack – Julie Hopkins, Social Work

True Blue Auto Sun Shade – Raholanda White, Marketing

True Blue Duffel Bag – Scott Seipel, Information Systems & Analytics

True Blue Acrylic Bowl – Lynn Adams, Alumni Relations

True Blue Retro Lunchbox – Chengshan Wang, Chemistry

Aviator Sunglasses – Mike Boyle, University Studies

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