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Alumni Scholarship Donations Continue To Grow 

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Thank you alumni!

As of October 1, nearly 180 alumni have donated, totaling more than $22,800. Your response to the “TFAS is a Springboard” campaign has been overwhelming – let’s keep the momentum going as the year comes to a close!

The goal for the 2010 campaign is to secure 400 new alumni donors – you can help make this goal a reality.

As an alumnus, you remember how beneficial a scholarship was in helping bring you to a TFAS program. Now is your chance to change the life of another deserving student and to support future aspiring leaders.

Any amount counts! $5, $10 or even $15 will make a difference in providing scholarships to students in need.

Remember that each new donor who gives $25 will receive a beach ball with the TFAS logo. Additionally, first-time contributors who give $50 will receive a t-shirt and for $100, donors will receive a TFAS portfolio and pen.

Giving back to TFAS has never been more fun! “TFAS is a Springboard” now offers the option of creating teams. You can create teams of old classmates by institute, year, location – whichever way you like. Visit www.TFAS.org/giveback for more information.

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