Double your dollars and multiply your impact for COPH on Giving Tuesday

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In observance of Giving Tuesday, the USF College of Public Health presents a 24-hour online giving campaign dedicated to student scholarships.  Supporters of the college can make online gifts from 12 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 2.

Strategically placed after Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and CyberMonday, Giving Tuesday coincides with the start of the holiday shopping season and serves as a reminder to give a gift during this special time of the year.

“We have a day for giving thanks.  We have three days for getting deals … This year, support a day for giving back,” says a message on the #GivingTuesday website.

 

Dean Donna Petersen and public health students strike a bullish pose.

Dean Donna Petersen and public health students strike a bullish pose.

 

Double the dollars. Multiply the impact.

A generous group of donors has offered a $40,000 challenge match for all gifts in support of the COPH that come in on or before Giving Tuesday.  All gifts are matched dollar-for-dollar up to $40,000!

Help the COPH celebrate 30 years of educating, mentoring and training the next generation of public health practitioners and allowing us to pursue “our practice, our passion” for years to come.

Can’t wait until Giving Tuesday?

No problem.  More than $20,000 already has been donated in support of the challenge match.  Make your secure gift today—$19.84, $30, $300 or $1,984—by visiting https://usffdn.usf.edu/apps/dm and entering the personal access code PHD3015.

Together, we can give more in support of student scholarships.

Every gift matters, and Go Bulls!

Giving Tuesday

This initiative is part of the USF College of Public Health’s yearlong 30th anniversary celebration.  To learn more about giving to the COPH, contact Kara Steiner ’06 at ksteiner@health.usf.edu or (813) 974-3023.

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