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The Campaign for Syracuse University 2008 impact report and report of annual donors now available
The Campaign for Syracuse University 2008 impact report and report of annual donors now availableJune 09, 2009Veronica Hotalingvhotalin@syr.edu
The 2008 giving report for The Campaign for Syracuse University is now available online at http://campaignprogress.syr.edu. Called “Points of Impact,” the report covers a year of giving from Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2008, and includes a variety of stories about the significant impact campaign gifts have had on faculty and students. Such highlights include a unique civil engineering internship program in Dubai made possible by a gift from Abdallah H. Yabroudi ’78, G’79; a multifaceted collaboration between SU and JPMorgan Chase & Co. to educate a new generation of financial services technology professionals; and updates on the progress of the Faculty Today gift challenge initiative.
The report also offers:
- significant campaign statistics, including yearly campaign totals, donor segments and gift designation categories;
- lists of new funds that have been created or significantly increased during the 2008 calendar year (funds established since the inception of the campaign in 2007 are listed online at http://campaignprogress.syr.edu); and
- a summary of the year’s activity from campaign co-chairs Melanie Gray L’81, Deryck A. Palmer ’78 and Howard G. Phanstiel ’70, G’71.
Searchable listings of donors who have made annual gifts to The Campaign for Syracuse University in the last two fiscal years (July 1, 2007-June 30, 2009) are also available online at http://reportofdonors.syr.edu. Lists can be viewed by donor type (parents, current students, corporations, foundations and organizations); by giving societies (Benefactors, Pathfinders, Visionaries); by class decade; and by the first letter of the last name. The list can also be searched for specific names and class years.
A limited quantity of the “Points of Impact” print edition is available. Call 443-2865 or 877-2GROWSU (877-247-6978) or e-mail email@example.com to request a copy.