Young Alumni: You Could Win a $100 Gift Card!

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Young Alumni: You Could Win a $100 Gift Card!

Fairfield alums say time and time again, the connections they make at Fairfield stay with them for a lifetime. Now’s your chance to make sure you stay connected too.

During the month of October, we are asking our Young Alumni to attend an event, volunteer, make an annual class gift or better yet, do all three!

Do three simple things by October 31:

  1. Update us, so we can update you! Send your contact information to youngalumni@fairfield.edu . Include name, class year, home address, e-mail, cell # and employer. We’ll let you know about all the exciting happenings on campus and beyond.
  2. Attend an alumni event and/or submit a volunteer interest form to get involved. You’ll keep your network alive and have fun too! Like they say, there is no place like home, and Fairfield is proud to welcome you back home.
  3. Make your annual class gift for fiscal year 2017 (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017). All gifts matter, no matter the size - it's your participation that matters most! Visit fairfield.edu/give to make your gift today!

Chance to Win a $100 Gift Card
Let us know when you’ve completed these three steps by sending an e-mail to youngalumni@fairfield.edu . You’ll be entered to win a $100 gift card! The winner will be announced on November 3.

Note: You don't have to make a donation to be eligible to win.

Questions? Call 203-254-4004 or e-mail youngalumni@fairfield.edu .

 

 

Last modified: 10-06-16 1:40 PM

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