Connecting the EGSC Faculty and Staff
to a Culture of Philanthropy
What is a culture of philanthropy?
A culture of philanthropy promotes the love of mankind...caring for others.
A philanthropic culture says to the rest of the world "we exist to fulfill a gap or need that is significant to advance a cause that is critical - will you join us?”
A strong culture of philanthropy will support an organization's fund raising efforts because everyone is involved in fund development. In non-profit organizations like EGSC, a philanthropic culture has an attitude that champions relationship building, which is the very essence and foundation of successful fundraising. In this culture, you'll see an inclusive approach to fund raising that emanates from the heart of the organization and is embraced by every person in the organization. There is a clear understanding and respect for the way in which philanthropy helps an organization advance its mission.
Creating a culture of philanthropy begins with those closest to your organization, and it is truly the first step toward building a strong fund development program.
A Culture of Philanthropy Begins With You!
These outstanding students were recipients of your gifts
Matt Donaldson, EGSC 2010; Georgia Southern University 2012; AVP Durden Banking Company; Mayor, Twin City, GA.
Deion Craig, A.S. EGSC 2014; B.S. Coker College 2016; M.S.Western Kentucky 2017; Women's Basketball Coach, Charleston Southern University
Adrianna Minton, EGSC 2017; RN/BSN student at Augusta University, patient care intern
How can you #GiveAssociated in 2020?
- A payroll deduction by downloading, completing and returning the employee contribution form to Karen Guthrie in Institutional Advancement.
- A one-time pledge or payment by completing and returning employee contribution form to Karen Guthrie in Institutional Advancement or by completing the online employee contribution form.
- Text giveegsc (all one word) to 41444.