Stags, Get and Give a Specially Designed Fairfield Face Mask

Stags, Get and Give a Specially Designed Fairfield Face Mask

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Every time a Fairfield supporter makes a Stags for Stags gift of $25 or more this fall, they can opt in to receive an exclusive Fairfield-branded face mask, while also providing a free mask to a Fairfield student.

This fall, each time Fairfield community member makes a Stags for Stags gift of $25 or more, he or she can opt-in to receive a Fairfield face mask. When they do, the University will also provide a student with a mask. These exclusive, specially designed masks are made of washable cotton and include an adjustable nose wire and ear straps, providing comfortable protection. Students will certainly appreciate the support and having this special mask made possible by donors.

Stags for Stags gifts support the current needs of students by providing critical financial aid for those challenged during these times, physical and mental health care, academic response for remote learning, and personalized spiritual guidance. Since March, more than 1,000 alumni, parents, and friends have made Stags for Stags gifts and that number of supporters continues to grow, truly impacting these ongoing critical needs. Stags for Stags support is currently working to ensure that all Fairfield students and faculty have the resources necessary to continue engaging in academic inquiry while overcoming any challenges that arise.

There are several ways alumni, parents, and friends can support Fairfield students this fall:

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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