All 35 members of Alumni Board make gift to Campbell

The Campbell University Office of Annual Giving was pleased to announce this week that each member of the University Alumni Board of Directors has made a gift to Campbell University this year.

The Alumni Board serves as the preeminent leadership core representing Campbell graduates as well as the organization tasked with executing the many Alumni Association initiatives – its members doing so on a volunteer basis.

Their dedication to the University is regularly on display and their contributions are many. It speaks volumes that in addition to their volunteer work, each member on the 35-seat board has also made a financial contribution to Campbell this year.

“I’m thrilled that the Alumni Board of Directors has reached 100% giving for the sixth year in a row,” said board president Rebecca Brock (’97, ’01). “I’m so proud to be a part of a group that understands the importance of giving to our alma mater.”

It doesn’t matter how much donors give. What matters is that they choose to give back to Campbell in some capacity.

The University prepares students to graduate and serve their communities as educators, faith leaders, engineers, health professionals, entrepreneurs and much more. Gifts allow students to pursue their calling and serve their communities. Additionally, a gift to Campbell is a gift to the entire Campbell community. When our alumni choose to give back, they show how much they understand that.

“Alumni giving signifies their commitment to paying it forward and their desire to strengthen the value of their degree,” said Sarah Swain (’05), associate VP for alumni engagement.

For the sixth year in row, the Alumni Board of Directors has led the way in that support.

“I am proud of our Campbell leadership for not only leading with purpose, but for leading by example,” said Robin Gordon, Director of Annual Giving. “It takes all of us: the leadership, employees, alumni and the greater community to support the mission of Campbell through philanthropic spirit.”

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