Fairfield Community Coming Together to Support Stags for Stags on STAGiving Day, June 23

Fairfield Community Coming Together to Support Stags for Stags on STAGiving Day, June 23

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This year’s STAGiving Day will focus on the Stags for Stags initiative, supporting Fairfield students’ most urgent needs in the areas of critical financial aid, physical and mental health care, academic response for online learning, and personalized spiritual guidance.

Fairfield alumni, parents, and friends are invited to come together as Stags for Stags on this year’s STAGiving Day, Tuesday, June 23. This 24-hour day of giving is dedicated to the Stags for Stags initiative, raising money to support our students through critical financial aid, physical and mental health care, academic response for online learning, and personalized spiritual guidance.

Stag for Stag support on STAGiving Day can also be directed toward enhancing the experience for all student-athletes at Fairfield, once back on campus, to ensure that they are "Built for Life."

The Fairfield community is a strong one, and right now students need Stags for Stags support more than ever. There are many ways to help students this STAGiving Day:

Please note that the CARES Act allows a $300 above-the-line Charitable Donation Tax Deduction.

To learn more, get involved, or make a gift, visit fairfield.edu/stagiving.

STAGiving Day

Date: June 23, 2020
Time: 24-Hour Day of Giving
Location: fairfield.edu/stagiving

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