Stags, Last Chance to Get and Give an Exclusive Fairfield Face Mask

Stags, Last Chance to Get and Give an Exclusive Fairfield Face Mask

Close to 1,000 alumni, parents, and friends have made Stags for Stags gifts this fall to provide Fairfield students with specially branded face masks and to also support students' most urgent needs.

So far, more than 900 alumni, parents, and friends have made a Stags for Stags gift in support of the current needs of Fairfield students. These contributions to the University are helping faculty and staff provide students with the best resources to aid in their personal and professional growth, and they are also helping to ensure the health and safety of the campus community by providing face masks to Stags. These specially branded face masks will be distributed to students on Tuesday, October 13 outside of the Barone Campus Center. Fairfield community members are encouraged to make gifts of $25 or more before the distribution date, to guarantee they'll receive their own Fairfield mask while also providing one to a student.

These exclusive, specially designed masks are made of washable cotton and include an adjustable nose wire and ear straps, providing comfortable protection.

There are many ways alumni, parents, and friends can support Fairfield students:

For those looking for ways to increase their impact on Fairfield students’ academic success, please consider signing up to make a monthly gift. Also, note that the CARES Act allows a $300 above-the-line Charitable Donation Tax Deduction for 2020.

Learn how Stags for Stags gifts are being used to ensure that students have access to a quality Fairfield experience at fairfield.edu/stagsforstags.

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Last modified: 10-01-20 11:53 PM

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