The Fund for American Studies is pleased to announce a $100,000 matching gift challenge to our alumni provided by Bobby Tudor ’81, a 1981 alumnus of our Public Policy + Economics program. Bobby was a partner at Goldman Sachs until 2004 when he left to found his own firm, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Company, where he serves as chairman.
I give back so other students can take advantage of the experience and grow into thoughtful, pragmatic leaders. I want to help position them to have the best impact on society.” – Jeremy Harrell ’07, PPF ’10
Thanks to Bobby’s generosity, all donations made by TFAS alumni will be matched dollar for dollar up to $100,000 until the end of 2019.
But this matching gift challenge is only good until Dec. 31, so donate now!
We hope you remember your time with TFAS fondly, and the lessons you learned with us have positively impacted your life since then.
Now, you have the opportunity to give the next generation of leaders the same experience and lessons, but only if you act now and support us during this matching gift challenge.
As you know, civil discourse is dying in our country and people are less likely to express their ideas constructively than they are just to shout their viewpoint over each other.
You know that at TFAS we welcome students with all points of view and value their ideas and contributions, while providing open forums for discussion and learning.
But to do that we rely on the support of our donors and alumni, people like you.
Generous matching gifts like this are critical to the funding of TFAS programs and we can’t afford to miss this $100,000 goal, by even $1.
So please, go to TFAS.org/AlumniGiveBack, and make your matching gift.
Whether you have donated in the past or are considering making your first gift, now is the time do to it. Your investment in our programs today will be doubled, thanks to Bobby’s generous commitment.
You know how much TFAS has impacted your life, now is your chance to give back and impact the lives of the next generation of leaders.
Donate today! TFAS.org/AlumniGiveBack