Annual For the Future Campaign Benefiting Kent State Tuscarawas Students to Launch
You can break the mold and help shape the future for Kent State University at Tuscarawas students this fall! Join the Tuscarawas County University Foundation as it launches the 2016 For the Future annual campaign to benefit local Kent State Tuscarawas students.
The campaign will kick off at Kent State Tuscarawas in the Academic Learning Commons on Oct. 19 with an open house and luncheon for the campus community and business and civic leaders from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Brief remarks will be made at 12:30 p.m.
As part of the public fund drive, the foundation will have a special business campaign. The corporate campaign leadership includes Nichole Zesiger of the First National Bank of Dennison and Mike Davis of Adventure Harley Davidson. Other community volunteers serving as Blue and Gold Ambassadors include Doug Bambeck, Investment Partners; Diane Lautenschleger, Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau; Milo Miller, The Budget; Rodney Sommers, Novogradac & Company; Michael Roberts, WJER Radio; Kiley Kendall, Edward Jones; Amy Brandon, Boltaron; Matthew Ferris, Ferris Financial LLC; Jillian Armstrong, Day Ketterer; and Alyssa Waller, The Commercial & Savings Bank.
The event will include brief presentations by Bradley Bielski, Ph.D., dean and chief administrative officer of Kent State Tuscarawas, and campaign leaders, as well as a video testimonial by Miranda Immel, an early childhood education major.
“We are pleased to have students such as Miranda who are so dedicated to their educations and futures; they are going to impact the world,” Bielski said. “We encourage the community to be part of that journey and support the foundation’s annual fund to assist us in providing essential scholarships and modern campus learning resources.”
The Tuscarawas County University Foundation was created in 1968 to sustain and advance a high standard of education and excellence at Kent State Tuscarawas. Funds raised through the campaign are used for student scholarships and student initiatives, as well as providing excellent educational facilities and equipment.
“We are asking the community to help us support our hardworking students by making a gift to our For the Future Founders Fund benefiting student scholarships and student success,” said Chad Conrad, director of advancement at Kent State Tuscarawas. “Students like Miranda Immel are an excellent example of the types of students who receive vital scholarships through our campus’ Tuscarawas County University Foundation.”
Donations to the Tuscarawas County University Foundation in support of Kent State Tuscarawas can be sent to Tuscarawas County University Foundation, 330 University Drive NE, New Philadelphia, OH 44663 or online at www.kent.edu/tusc/giving. For more information, contact Conrad at 330-308-7445 or firstname.lastname@example.org.