What Is The Faculty / Staff Annual Giving Campaign for Vanguard University?
The Faculty/Staff Campaign is an effort to increase participation in giving to the Vanguard University Fund (aka, the Annual Fund), with the ultimate goal of 100% participation among faculty and staff.
What is the Vanguard University Fund?
The Vanguard University Fund exists to support VU’s budget and to encourage alumni, parents, friends, corporations, foundations and faulty/staff to make contributions. These resources are critical. Contributions to the VU Fund provides financial aid, better facilities, top-notch faculty and continued high-quality educational experience for students.
Why the Vanguard University Fund for this campaign?
Giving to the VU Fund provides the support that helps us flourish. A higher participation rate of faculty/staff giving…
- Puts VU in a positive light when applying for grant money
- Effects VU’s ratings on surveys such as the US News and World Report
- Supports professors that serve as mentors
- Provides financial aid for qualified and deserving students
- Allows for resources to keep our facilities clean and campus safe
- Contributes towards up-to-date technology
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“Vanguard University has provided me a holistic environment to grow into my relationship with Christ. This university is booming with faculty and staff members who genuinely care about the lives of the students who go here. Thank you so much for all that you do. Be encouraged knowing that the lives of students you’re teaching, mentoring, and giving to are being transformed and our hearts are being empowered by the Holy Spirit.”
“If it weren’t for the generosity of Vanguard’s faculty and staff members, I may not be where I am today. I am blessed and thank God that He has been able to use the servant’s heart of each giving person.”
“You are a blessing to the students at Vanguard. It’s only by your willingness and the grace of God that someone like me would be able to attend her dream school.”
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