Alumni eNewsletter: Calling program to increase alumni support and share information; volunteers wanted to make calls (Archives)

Calling All Alumni!!!!

In November, the Office of Alumni Relations and the Office of Development will be making calls to alumni across the country. The purpose of this calling program is to do the following:

1. Update your contact information
2. News regarding Gallaudet University
3. An opportunity to make a difference at Gallaudet University

Do you want to help your class win the Buff & Blue Fever competition? The Buff & Blue Fever competition is a new idea that will provide class recognition for their generosity to Gallaudet University. For each class being recognized, they may get the bragging rights of supporting Gallaudet University! Here’s your opportunity make your class shine! Read more about the Buff and Blue Fever on the website.

This also will provide you an opportunity to meet with a student when he or she calls and offer them advice as to how they can survive Gallaudet and the real world beyond. With the support of your wisdom and financial contributions, they will succeed!

This calling program will commence on November 4 and end on November 18. If you wish not to receive a call from us, please consider in making a contribution now online or contact us at giving@gallaudet.edu .

Thank you!

The Office of Alumni Relations and The Office of Development


Volunteer Opportunity!!

Would you like to volunteer in something that would make a difference at Gallaudet University? This opportunity would help others in making a legacy here at Gallaudet University.

We need local volunteers for the calling program on campus from November 4 to November 18. We need help for the weeknights, and Sundays.

If you are interested, please contact matthew.sickon@gallaudet.edu for further details.

The Office of Alumni Relations and The Office of Development look forward to hearing from you soon!


Posted: 11 Oct 2007

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