Fellow Brandon Faculty and Staff,

As the members of your Employee Campaign Committee, we want to thank you for your support of our 2023 Campaign! We excited to announce that thanks to the continued generosity of the William Gregory Foundation, the donations of all new donors, donors who increase their gift, and donors who make a new recurring commitment will help us reach our matching goal of $1,000 per campus towards the campus priority. We hope you will make an even bigger difference by making a qualifying gift in one of these donor categories this year!

Campus Priority: Student Outdoor Flex Spaces

Our 2023 campus priority as determined by Dr. Johansen and our Employee Campaign Committee is to create student outdoor flex spaces. We want to highlight the outdoorsy nature of our campus and create places that students can gather for interaction and engagement. This would include a designated area for student recreation, lounging, and outdoor study spaces with resources for quiet study.

Give Online

Your gift can go to our priority, or you can give to one of the other projects and programs on our campus or a college -wide initiative. Just use the safe giving form below to give through a recurring payroll deduction and indicate your preference in the drop-down menu for “Designation.” Payroll deductions can be made in any amount. Giving this way truly makes a difference, since you are making a long-term commitment and can potentially make a greater gift than if you made a one-time gift! You can also give a one-time gift here.

The Campaign will run from February 6 through 17, and we hope you will join us to support students! All donors will receive a special gift as a token of our appreciation, and new donors and donors that increased their recurring donations will be entered into a drawing for a $250 gift card! Show that love gives by supporting our campus and our students! You can reach out to us at the links below or contact the Foundation with questions.

Mark Zarycki, Brandon Employee Campaign Chair

Judy Alicea

Valerie Carson