Jefferson College "Ticket to Tomorrow"
Here at Jefferson College, we know that it is our mission to prepare, within a scholarly environment, ethical, knowledgeable, competent, and caring healthcare professionals. But not only do we know the mission, we live it each and every day through our actions, words, and deeds. It is our extraordinary commitment and heroic efforts that make a lasting impact on our students. For many of those students, you - their faculty and staff members -, quickly become heroes by helping them achieve their dream of a brighter future through education.
Thank you to all of our employees who contributed to the 2015 Employee Giving Campaign. Together with your fellow coworkers you raised over $25,000 to support our students, THANK YOU!
Now it is time for our 2016 campaign. Now through November 4, 2016 you can click here to complete the new online form to give through payroll deduction. You may also give securely online using a credit card or electronic check by clicking here. As always, cash and checks are also welcome, whatever method you prefer! Employees can select from the S. Lynn Marshall Emergency Fund (which provides support to students in emergency situations), the Student Supply Fund (which provides books, supplies, and other required classroom materials), the Extra Mile Fund (which provides support for co-curricular activities), or any fund of their choice (i.e. the STTI Endowed Scholarship and others). Your Gift. Their Education. Our Health. It's All Connected. Your gift can make a world of difference.
For more information on how you can help our students get their ticket to tomorrow, contact Erik Williams, Director of Development at 540.224.4644 or email@example.com.
No one knows better than you just how special Jefferson College of Health Sciences is. No one who has not sat through anatomy and physiology know the rigors of the course or the joy of completion. No one who has not been through their first clinical experience will know how exciting and nerve-wracking it can be. No one, but a Jefferson College of Health Sciences student fully understands the transformational nature of this place. Many in our community and across the region do understand the importance of the College and its graduates on our shared future, and that is why they become donors to support Jefferson College. Now, its your move.
For more information contact Erik Williams, Director of Development at 540.244.4644 or firstname.lastname@example.org.