October 28, 2013
Get inspired: Faculty and staff share why they support the All-University Campaign
Why do K-State faculty and staff give to the All-University Campaign? The reasons are as varied as the people who make K-State a great place to work. That's why the All-University Campaign allows you to designate your gift to the area at K-State you care about most. Get started on your gift here.
Need a little inspiration? Here are just a few reasons why faculty and staff give back:
"I think that the university needs the support. It can't function without the contributions of benefactors, even small gifts of the sort that I would give. It's not much in comparison to the big donors, but these small gifts add up." — Diane Mason, clinical associate professor, department of clinical sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine. Read more.
"K-State works hard to ensure that every student succeeds, and gifts to AUC help K-State with this important mission." — Keith Hohn, professor of chemical engineering, College of Engineering. Read more.
"It is important to give, not what you give. If we do not support the university, why should anyone else support us?" — Pam Warren, administrative specialist, department of accounting, and 2013 All-University Campaign co-chair. Read more.
Read more stories like this by visiting the "Why I Give" page of the All-University Campaign website
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