Today is GiveBIG 2017!

It’s officially GiveBig 2017!

GiveBIG is a 24-hour campaign to raise funds for nonprofit organizations serving Greater Seattle. Please consider making a gift to support Antioch University. Now, more than ever, your help is needed to prepare the next generation of socially responsible leaders.

It’s May 10, 2017 and is up and running– let’s make the next 24 hours count, now more than ever!

Below are three easy ways to show your AUS pride during GiveBIG:

  1. Make a gift.   Doing big things doesn’t take much if everyone participates. Imagine if our entire community made a gift, of any size, for GiveBIG.
  2. Spread the word. Share our message with with family, friends or old classmates.
  3. Follow us on social media. Check our Facebook and Twitter accounts for GiveBIG and other updates.

Gifts made to Antioch University today through GiveBIG also come with rewards:

  • All donors will be entered into a random drawing for 3 items: Happy Hour with Ben Pryor, Jane Harmon Jacobs and Shana Hormann; a $50 Amazon gift card; and a “leaf” on the AUS Legacy Tree.
  • Donate $55 or more and you’ll receive an Antioch University license plate frame.
  • Donate $100 or more and receive your choice of an Antioch U t-shirt or tote bag.
  • Donate $250 or more and your name (or the inscription) will be added to a “leaf” on the Legacy Tree at AUS.

GiveBIG continues through 11:59 pm PT tonight. Thank you for supporting Antioch Seattle!

[UPDATE] 2:45 p.m. – Our Institutional Advancement team of Dan Hocoy and Emmelyn Hart will match the next $200 in donations!

[UPDATE] 1:30 p.m. – Ben Pryor will match the next $200 in donations!

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