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CUNY Campaign: The Power of One

November 05, 2013

Gifts to the CUNY Campaign for Charitable Giving provide assistance for the homeless, home-bound senior citizens, daycare centers, teens who are struggling to complete high school, and others who may be facing economic and social challenges.

The CUNY Campaign has more than 1,200 charities participating. You may also choose to support the CSI Foundation through CUNY Campaign payroll deduction as one of the charities of your choice. Simply select code 13320 on your pledge form. The CSI Foundation continues to transform the lives of CSI students and directly impact their education.

Choose payroll deduction, a little every pay period goes a long way

A monthly payroll contribution of:
• $4.00 = an annual gift of $48, less than the cost of one dinner out.
• $12.00 = an annual gift of $144, less than the cost of one dinner out with friends.
• $30.00 = an annual gift of $360, less than the cost of one bottled beverage a day.

Jennifer Towles, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, ext. 2588, is the Campaign Coordinator for the CSI campaign for this year. Building Captains include Linda John, ext. 2226 for Building 2A and Suzanne Martin, ext. 3230, for Building 1M. Questions about the campaign should be directed to Ms. Towles in the Office of Institutional Advancement at 718-982-2588.

The Power of One

“In 2012, the nonprofit organizations funded by the Campaign reached hundreds of victims of Sandy,” noted Dr. William J. Fritz, interim president of the College of Staten Island. “The 2013 Campaign will continue to ensure that nonprofit groups receive the support designated by those who pledge through CUNY. Every dollar makes a difference and it is my hope that you will sincerely consider supporting this Campaign by designating a pledge to the charity of your choice.”

By Ken Bach


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