Give yourselves a pat on the back, Rams. You really do Love Your State.
You proved it April 21 during the annual Love Your State Day of Giving. Your generosity helped CSU surpass its goal for number of gifts during a memorable 24 hours.
“The outpouring of support for this Day of Giving was tremendous,” said Brett Anderson, vice president of University Advancement. “Our students, alumni and friends helped us surpass all of our goals for this day. Thank you to each and every donor who supported a fund here at Colorado State University that they care about. You are making a difference.”
The goal for the day was to have 1,870 gifts to funds supporting students and programs in all eight of CSU’s colleges. By day’s end, 1,974 gifts totaling $127,245 from 43 states were received in the Day of Giving.
The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, and the Rams Against Hunger fund had the most gifts. The smallest gift was $10, while the largest was $10,000.
Double the gifts from last year
This was the second 24-hour Day of Giving. Last year, CSU received 766 gifts during the inaugural event.