March 17, 2017
Communications and Marketing
Countless unforgettable Anselmian moments happen everyday.
YOU can ensure that these moments — on the field, in the classroom, in the community — continue happening forever, by participating in this year's Anselmian Days of Giving on Wednesday, March 22 and Thursday, March 23, 2017.
On these days, the college is asking alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and friends to participate in a global giving event by donating a gift of any size to the college within 48 hours. It doesn't matter the size of the gift; together as Anselmians, we make a difference. You choose the area of the college that matters to you most — scholarships, athletics, academics, student life or support.
"This is the third year that we are holding a spring Day of Giving event. Last year, we saw an incredible response from our community in support of the college, so we expanded the event this year from one day to two days," says Senior Vice President of College Advancement Jim Flanagan. "We are looking forward to this 48 hour period, which is a great opportunity to showcase our students and celebrate the Anselmian Moments that make Saint Anselm so special to alumni, parents, faculty staff, students and friends - the moments that our donors make possible."
How You Can Help
Follow the Saint Anselm social media channels on March 22 and 23 to learn more about the college's progress and see what others are giving for.
Attend an on-campus event:
Tuesday March 21
Official Kick Off. Come join the King Edward Society for trivia and snacks, and be the first to celebrate our Days of Giving.
10 pm - 12:01 am
Pub and Coffee Shop
Wednesday March 22
Faculty & Staff Luncheon
12:30 pm, Gadbois 102
12:30 pm, Campus Green
Thursday March 23
Campus Scavenger Hunt (with prizes)
Hosted by CAB
Attend a Regional Day of Giving Celebration in Manchester, Boston on March 22 or in New York City on March 23, and join alumni, parents and friends to celebrate the Anselmian moments that mean the most to you.
Working together, our community can bring together the largest number of Anselmian supporters ever, as well as to help the college continue to provide a liberal arts education to tomorrow's ethical leaders.
Learn more at www.anselm.edu/anselmiangiving.