2013 Faculty-Staff Campaign Underway

| March 20, 2013

The Faculty-Staff Campaign is now under way. Your participation is important as we join together to support our students. This year our goal is to increase participation from all faculty and stafff, and our participation goal is 61 per cent.

A letter has been sent to you outlining the details surrounding this year’s initiatives. Gifts from Webster University faculty and staff help support the needs of our students and many important programs at the University.

Donations can be designated to an area of the University that is important to you, including scholarships, a school or college fund, your campus location, or areas of greatest need.  We have also included a special option to purchase a personalized brick that will be part of the plaza outside of the East Academic Building on the home campus.

Make your gift right now or anytime before April 26 at http://alumni.webster.edu/facstaff_give to be eligible for the following incentives:

  • All University Staff will receive a paid day-off on Friday, May 24 (the Friday before Memorial Day) if Webster University employees reach their participation goal.    
  • Webster Groves Campus full-time Faculty and Staff will be entered in a drawing for a free reserved parking space (one for faculty and one for staff). 
  • Extended Campus Faculty and Staff will be entered in a drawing for a free Kindle Fire HD.

Don’t forget about the Early Bird Special for all St. Louis Metro employees — those who make a gift or pledge by Friday, March 29, will be entered into a drawing for a pair of Luxury Suite tickets for the St. Louis Blues home game on Sunday, April 14.

The final deadline to make your gift or pledge is Friday, April 26, 2013. You can also set up a payroll pledge by completing your Faculty and Staff Pledge Form and returning it to the Development Office in Loretto Hall, attention Julianne Smutz.

Make your gift today! Continued thanks to all of our current donors!


Category: Advancement, Employee News, Faculty

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