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G&M Pharmacy Matching Gift
The owners of G&M Pharmacy, Bob Lomenick (BSPH 77) and Penny Lomenick, are generously offering to match the second $1,000 in gifts committed to the School of Pharmacy during Giving Day. Make your gift now, and do double the good for our deserving Pharmacy students!
$1,000 MATCHED
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School of Engineering Dean's Match
Dean Dave Puleo and his wife, Sue, want to double your gift to the Ole Miss School of Engineering. They are providing a dollar-for-dollar match, up to $1,000, to expand educational opportunities through the School of Engineering.
$1,000 MATCHED
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Drs. Gispen Croft Institute for International Studies Match
Dr. Kees Gispen, Retired Executive Director of Croft Inst. for International Studies & Professor Emeritus of History, and Dr. Jean Gispen want to maximize the impact of your gifts. The Gispens have generously offered to match the first $1,000 raised for the Dr. Metcalf Study Abroad Scholarship.
$1,000 MATCHED
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$1,000
Advancing STEM Scholarship Challenge
The Advancing STEM Scholarship awards students pursuing advanced degrees in the STEM fields who have demonstrated support for women in the field. Dr. Annette Kluck, dean of the Graduate School, is challenging 10 people to support this important fund on Giving Day. When 10 people make a gift, Dean Kluck will contribute $1,000 to Advancing STEM! Your support of this fund goes even further today!
10 / 10 Gifts
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$6,000
Mouron Family Challenge for the School of Business Administration
Christopher Mouron (BBA 05) and Rachelle Mouron (BSES 04) of Mountain Brook, Alabama, will contribute $6,000 from the Mouron Family Foundation toward School of Business Administration scholarships if 40 alumni and friends make gifts to the Business School. Help us unlock these generous and vital funds by making your gift today!
40 / 40 Gifts
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$750
Ole Miss Fund Challenge
Alexander Langhart (BA 12, MHA 15) and Maura Langhart (BSES 14, MBA 15) are challenging 50 people to support the Ole Miss Fund. When 50 people make a gift to the Ole Miss Fund, they will contribute $750. Make your gift go further and give now!
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$5,000
Ole Miss Women's Council Challenge
On Giving Day, OMWC members Karen Moore (BS 82) and Mary Susan Clinton (BA 83) are honoring the late Kathy Manning Loeb (BA 85) by supporting the Mentorship-Leadership Fund named in her memory. This fund supports programming specifically designed for OMWC Scholars that focuses on leadership development, personal growth opportunities and philanthropic initiatives. If 10 people make a gift to this important fund, Karen and Mary Susan have graciously offered to give $5,000!
10 / 10 Donors
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$1,500
Challenge in Memory of Dr. Maureen Liberto
The family of the late Dr. Maureen Liberto fondly remember her dedication to the Ole Miss First Scholarship Program as its first director. Today, they honor her life of service and mentorship and invite you to join them. When 10 people make a gift to Ole Miss First, the Liberto family have graciously offered to contribute $1,500.
10 / 10 Donors
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$1,000
Rester Family Challenge for the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College
Eddie (BA 93) and Audra Rester (BA 94) of Oxford, Mississippi, are longtime supporters of the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College. Today, the Resters will give $1,000 once 20 gifts are made to the Honors College. Help the Resters celebrate Audra’s 50th birthday by joining them in their support of the SMBHC. Make your gift today!
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$5,000
Coach Kiffin's Magee Center Challenge
Like you, Coach Lane Kiffin has been inspired by the work of the William Magee Center for Wellness Education. He wants to maximize the impact of your gifts today. If 25 people give to the Center, Coach Kiffin will make a gift of $5,000.
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$25,000
AdVANCE Clark Legacy Scholarship Challenge for Early Childhood Education
Wanikka Vance-Clark (BAED 03) of University Park, Illinois, is passionate about early childhood education. She is willing to make a $25,000 gift in support of scholarships for students studying early childhood education if 25 people join her with a gift of any size!
25 / 25 Donors
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$1,000
Ashley and Joel Hanel Challenge for Student Teachers
Ashley Hanel (MA 16) and Joel Hanel (MA 16, PhD 17) of Richmond, Virginia, are calling on the Ole Miss Family to support student teachers! When 25 people make a gift to the School of Education Student Teaching Fund, the Hanels will make a gift of $1,000. Make your gift now to help unlock these critical funds.
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$500
Dr. Dinius' Challenge for Croft Institute for International Studies
Dr. Oliver Dinius, director of the Croft Institute of International Studies, is challenging 5 people to make a gift in support of the Dr. Metcalf Study Abroad Scholarship! When 10 people contribute, he has graciously agreed to give $500. Gifts of all sizes help to unlock these funds!
5 / 5 Donors
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$1,000
Counseling Center Challenge
The Family Leadership Council has issued an exciting challenge. When 15 gifts are made to support the University Counseling Center, the Family Leadership Council will contribute $1,000! Students depend on University Counseling Center. We hope the UCC can depend on you!
15 / 15 Gifts
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$1,000
Career Center Challenge
The Family Leadership Council is challenging you to join them in supporting the Career Center! When 15 people make a gift to this important resource for students, the Family Leadership Council will provide an additional $1,000!
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$10,000
Edward Peacock IV Student Support Challenge
Edward (BBA 69, JD 72) and Ann Peacock of Clarksdale, Mississippi, are honoring the memory of their late son by establishing the Edward Peacock IV Student Addiction to Recovery Support Fund. This fund provides financial assistance to Ole Miss students, allowing them to receive necessary outpatient therapy for drug and/or alcohol addiction. The Peacocks are challenging the Ole Miss Family to join them in supporting our students who need outpatient therapy but cannot afford it. For every five people who make a gift to this transformative new fund, the Peacocks will give $10,000.
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$500
Department of Chemical Engineering Chair Challenge
Dr. Adam Smith (BSChE 02, MSESC 04), chair and associate professor of Chemical Engineering, will contribute a $500 gift once the Department of Chemical Engineering receives an additional 10 gifts!
10 / 10 Donors
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$500
Challenge in Honor of Albert White, Mississippi Government Engineer of the Year
In honor of Albert L. White (BSCVE 98) of Magee, Mississippi, being recognized as the 2022 Mississippi Government Engineer of the Year, an anonymous donor pledges $500 upon 10 gifts being received to the Dean's Fund.
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$7,500
Madison Charitable Foundation Challenge for Grove Grocery
The Madison Charitable Foundation is challenging 20 people to join them in supporting the Grove Grocery Food Bank. When 20 people make a gift to support this critical campus resource, the Madison Charitable Foundation will respond with a gift of $7,500. Gifts of all sizes contribute to unlocking these generous funds!
20 / 20 Donors
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$2,500
Boyce Family's First Generation Challenge
As a first-generation college graduate, Chancellor Boyce, along with Mrs. Emily Boyce, is proud to partner with this year's Mr. Ole Miss Ian Pigg and Miss Ole Miss Madison Gordon in elevating first-generation students at Ole Miss. The Boyces want to maximize the impact of your support today! When 25 people make a gift to the Mr. and Miss Ole Miss First-Gen Fund, the Chancellor and First Lady will make a gift of $2,500. Gifts of all sizes count toward unlocking these funds!
25 / 25 Donors
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$6,000
Rich Call and PwC Challenge for Cross Cultural Engagement
Richard Call (BBA, BA 99 and Baccy 00) of Houston, Texas, and PwC are committed to advancing the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement and are challenging the UM Family to join them. If 30 people make a gift of any size to Diversity and Community Engagement, Rich and PwC will contribute $6,000 to the Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement.
30 / 30 Donors
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$4,000
Memorie White Southern Foodways Challenge
Memorie White of Nashville, Tennessee, wants you to join her in support of the Southern Foodways Alliance. If 10 people make a gift to the SFA, she will give of $4,000! Gifts of all sizes help to unlock these resources.
10 / 10 Gifts
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$1,000
UMatter Challenge
The Family Leadership Council is challenging you to join them in supporting UMatter! When 15 people make a gift to this important resource for students, the Family Leadership Council will provide an additional $1,000!
15 / 15 Donors
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$5,100
Rosen Challenge for CSSC Graduate Students
Marc Rosen of Atlanta, Georgia, an enthusiastic supporter of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, has pledged to give $5,100 to his Graduate Student Support Fund once the CSSC receives 20 gifts. Southern Studies graduate students are core to the success of the Center. Support them with your gift today!
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$10,000
Madison Charitable Foundation Challenge for the Ford Center
The Madison Charitable Foundation is challenging 15 people to make a gift to support the extraordinary Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts. In return, the Madison Charitable Foundation will make a gift of $10,000! Make your gift now to help us unlock these critical resources!
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Pharmacy Department Leaderboard
The department within the School of Pharmacy that attracts the most gifts during Giving Day 2022 will earn an additional $1,500 in funds from Dean Donna Strum! Second place will earn $1,000, third place will earn $600 and fourth place will earn $400. Let the competition begin!
Rank Prize Fund Designation Donors
1 $1,500 Biomolecular Science 50
2 $1,000 Pharmacy Administration Fund 49
3 $600 Pharmacy Practice 9
4 $400 Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery 1
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Mike and Donna Glenn Countdown Special
Finish Giving Day strong! The academic department or school that secures the most gifts between 4 p.m. and 5:48 p.m. on April 6 will earn an additional $5,000, thanks to the generosity of UM Foundation Board Chair and Now & Ever Campaign Steering Committee member Mike (BBA 77) and Donna Glenn. Act now by making a gift and helping your favorite area of campus benefit from these funds.
Rank Prize Department Gifts
1 $5,000 School of Pharmacy 58
2 School of Education 53
3 Division of Diversity and Community Engagement 31
4 Student Affairs 12
5 Center for the Study of Southern Culture 9
6 University Museum and Historic Houses 8
7 William Magee Institute for Student Wellbeing 6
8 Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College 5
9 The Ole Miss Fund 4
10 School of Law 4
11 Graduate School 3
12 School of Applied Sciences 3
13 School of Engineering 3
14 College of Liberal Arts 2
15 The Ole Miss Women's Council 2
16 School of Journalism and New Media 2
17 Ole Miss Alumni Association 1
18 Ole Miss First 1
19 University Bands 1
20 Patterson School of Accountancy 1
21 School of Business Administration 1
22 Gertrude C. Ford Center for Performing Arts 1
23 Croft Institute for International Studies 0
24 Mr. + Miss Ole Miss First Generation Scholarship 0
25 Outreach and Continuing Education 0
26 University Libraries 0
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Top Departments by Donors!
See what department is leading the way in Giving Day donors!
Rank Department Donors
1 School of Pharmacy 175
2 School of Law 173
3 School of Education 147
4 Division of Diversity and Community Engagement 146
5 Student Affairs 139
6 The Ole Miss Fund 121
7 Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College 69
8 University Bands 65
9 Graduate School 59
10 Mr. + Miss Ole Miss First Generation Scholarship 58
11 College of Liberal Arts 57
12 School of Business Administration 57
13 School of Engineering 56
14 William Magee Institute for Student Wellbeing 55
15 Patterson School of Accountancy 52
16 School of Journalism and New Media 52
17 The Ole Miss Women's Council 34
18 Ole Miss Alumni Association 34
19 Center for the Study of Southern Culture 27
20 School of Applied Sciences 25
21 Croft Institute for International Studies 25
22 University Museum and Historic Houses 21
23 Outreach and Continuing Education 19
24 Ole Miss First 13
25 University Libraries 11
26 Gertrude C. Ford Center for Performing Arts 7
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Graduate School Grove Tree Challenge
UM's nationally recognized Landscaping Services is supporting the Graduate School with one of the most exciting challenges in Giving Day history. When you make a gift of $500 or more to the Graduate School, you will be entered to win a seedling from the Grove's famous Champion Tree. This is your opportunity to impact the lives of students and win your own Grove tree!
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Chaney's Pharmacy Match
The owners of Chaney’s Pharmacy, Brent Smith (BSPH 75) and Laura Smith (BSPH 80), are matching the first $1,000 in gifts committed to the School of Pharmacy during Giving Day. Make your gift now and watch it go twice as far!
$1,000 MATCHED
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The Earnestine Cooper McCain Challenge
In 1981, Mrs. Earnestine Cooper McCain of Batesville, Mississippi, earned her master’s degree in Education from the University of Mississippi. Mrs. McCain taught for 36 years, mostly in the North Panola School District. Of her 10 children, seven are Ole Miss alumni. She is also a proud grandmother, aunt, and mother-in-law to UM graduates. We are pleased to honor her lifelong commitment by supporting UM’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) efforts. The McCains will match every dollar donated to the Earnestine Cooper McCain challenge up to $1,981. Make your gift today and join us in supporting DEI efforts!
$1,981 MATCHED
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Dr. Frost Croft Institute for International Studies Match
Dr. Peter Frost, Retired Visiting Professor and former Interim Director for the Croft Inst. for International Studies & Professor Emeritus of History, and Mrs. Marnie Frost want to make your gift go further today! The Frosts have generously offered to match the second $1,000 raised for Croft in honor of Dr. Michael Metcalf!
$1,000 MATCHED
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$500
Cole Eftink Fellowship Fund Challenge
The Cole Eftink Fellows Program supports underrepresented minority doctoral students. Dr. Annette Kluck, dean of the Graduate School, is challenging five people to join her in supporting this fund. In response, she will contribute $500! Gifts of all sizes help to unlock these funds and contribute to an increased sense of belonging across our campus.
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$1,000
Challenge In Memory of Dr. Nancy Dupont
Today, Dr. Debora Wenger, interim dean of the School of Journalism and New Media, is honoring the life and career of former colleague and beloved professor emerita Dr. Nancy Dupont. In honor of Dr. Dupont's 15 years at Ole Miss, Dean Wenger is challenging 25 people to support the School of Journalism and New Media. Dean Wenger will respond with a $1,000 gift to the Journalism Faculty Development Fund.
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$10,000
Eichelberger Law Challenge
Jennie and Matt Eichelberger (JD 03) of Jackson, Mississippi, are challenging you to support the School of Law. When 75 people make a gift of any size to the Law School, they will contribute $10,000. You can help unlock these critical resources by making a gift NOW!
75 / 75 Donors
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$1,000
Parks Family Challenge for the Ole Miss Women's Council
Vice Chancellor Charlotte Parks and Paul Parks believe the Ole Miss Women's Council's scholarship program has a far greater impact on students' lives than financial assistance alone. If 10 people make a gift to support OMWC, the Parks have graciously agreed to contribute $1,000.
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$3,000
Gresham Challenge for the Bessie Young Endowment
Julie (JD 01) and Alex Gresham of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, are deeply committed to supporting nontraditional students who bring diversity, fresh perspectives, and varied life experiences to our student body through scholarships and mentorship. Today, they are challenging 25 people to join them in supporting the Bessie Young Endowment. After 25 people give, the Greshams will make a gift of $3,000. Gifts of all sizes help us to unlock these transformative funds!
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$5,000
Coach Kiffin's Pharmacy Challenge
Ahead of the 2021 Football Season, in partnership with the School of Pharmacy, 100% of the football team and coaching staff were vaccinated. Head Coach Lane Kiffin wants to maximize your support to Ole Miss Pharmacy. If 50 people make a gift to any School of Pharmacy fund, Coach Kiffin will make a gift of $5,000.
50 / 50 Donors
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$500
Kneip Band Challenge
William Kneip (BA 16) and Adelyn Spees of Oxford, Mississippi, have been longtime supporters and fans of the Pride of the South Marching Band. If 50 people make a gift to the Band, William and Adelyn will make a gift of $500 to support our student musicians.
50 / 50 Donors
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$1,000
LaTonya & Marvin Robinson Challenge for the Education Equity Undergraduate Scholarship
The Education Equity Scholarship aims to build a better future that improves Mississippi schools for all. LaTonya Robinson (BAED 98, MED 99, Ed.D. 22) and Marvin Robinson (BSPH 99, PHMD 01) of Batesville, Mississippi, want to maximize the impact of your gifts to this important scholarship. When 25 people make a gift to the Education Equity Scholarship, the Robinsons will make a gift of $1,000!
25 / 25 Donors
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$1,000
Excellence in Education Fund Challenge for Teaching, Learning, Research, and Service
In celebration of the tremendous advancements in teaching, learning, research, and service by faculty and students at the School of Education, an anonymous donor pledges $1,000 when 25 gifts are made to the Excellence in Education Fund. This fund supports faculty and students with seed money to aid co-curricular research and community engagement initiatives.
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$500
Dr. Terasawa's Challenge for Croft Institute for International Studies
Dr. Terasawa, former associate director of the Croft Institute of International Studies, is challenging 5 people to make a gift in support of the Dr. Metcalf Study Abroad Scholarship! When 5 people contribute, he has graciously agreed to give $500. Don't delay, make your gift now!
5 / 5 Donors
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$1,000
Health Center Challenge
Members of the Family Leadership Council are challenging alumni, parents, and friends to join them in supporting University Health Services! When 15 gifts are made to this crucial student resource, the Family Leadership Council will make a $1,000 contribution to University Health Services.
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$1,000
Student Disability Services Challenge
The Family Leadership Council is challenging you to join them in supporting Student Disability Services! When 15 separate gifts are made, an additional $1,000 will be unlocked to enhance these essential campus services!
15 / 15 Gifts
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$1,000
School of Engineering Dean's Challenge
Dean Dave Puleo and his wife, Sue, ask you to step up and help today. When 20 gifts are made to the School of Engineering, this couple will respond with a gift of $1,000. Let’s go, Engineering alumni and friends!
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$500
Department of Computer and Information Science Chair Challenge
Dr. Dawn Wilkins, chair of Computer and Information Science, is challenging 10 people to hop online and make a gift to the Department of Computer and Information Science in the School of Engineering. Ten gifts will unlock her challenge gift of $500! Hotty Toddy!
10 / 10 Donors
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$10,000
McAbee and Morris Southern Foodways Challenge
Deborah McAbee and Byron Morris (JD 81) of Spartanburg, South Carolina, are enthusiastic supporters of the Southern Foodways Alliance. If 10 people join them in supporting the SFA, they will make a gift of $10,000! Help us unlock these critical funds by making a gift today.
10 / 10 Gifts
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$10,000
Madison Charitable Foundation Challenge for the University Museum and Historic Houses
The Madison Charitable Foundation believes that the UM Museum and Historic Houses are centric to the cultural opportunities at Ole Miss. Today, the foundation is challenging the Ole Miss Family to support this critical resource. If 20 people make a gift to the Museum, the Madison Charitable Foundation has generously agreed to contribute $10,000! Help us unlock these funds by making your gift today.
20 / 20 Donors
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$1,000
Dr. Blake's Diversity and Community Engagement Challenge
Dr. Steven Blake (BA 80) of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, cherishes his role in supporting the growth and agency of Black Mississippi students. In 2018, the Nu Upsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha held their 40th Anniversary Reunion and presented James Meredith with the inaugural Legacy Award and Rose Flenorl (1st Nu Epsilon Alpha Sweetheart) with the Humanitarian Award. In honor of his fond memories from 2018, Dr. Blake is challenging 18 people to make a gift to the DCE Support Fund. Upon the first 18 gifts, Dr. Blake will give $1,000!
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$2,000
Langmesser Library Challenge
Traute and Jim Langmesser (BA 69) of Woodbridge, Virginia, have agreed to contribute a challenge gift of $2,000 once 10 gifts have been made to the University Libraries. Your gift gets us one step closer to unlocking this challenge!
10 / 10 Donors
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$3,000
The Rowell Challenge for Accountancy
Stephen Rowell (BBA 78), owner of FlagStar Construction in Brandon, Mississippi, is challenging 30 people to make a gift in support of the Patterson School of Accountancy! When 30 people make their gift, FlagStar will give $3,000 to the PSOA. Gifts of all sizes help unlock this generous contribution!
30 / 30 Donors
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$5,000
Annexstad Family Foundation Challenge
Al and Cathy Annexstad of Tiger, Georgia, have supported the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College with scholarships since 2015. Today, the Annexstads will give $5,000 once 40 gifts are made to the Honors College. Gifts of all sizes will help us unlock this challenge. Don’t delay, make your gift today!
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Wendell Weakley's Senior Leadership Challenge
UM Foundation CEO Wendell Weakley (BBA 76) is challenging the University's Senior Leadership group to give to the Ole Miss Opportunity Scholarship. When 100% participation has been achieved, Wendell will give $1,000.
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Vice Chancellor Charlotte Parks' Happy Hour Special
The academic department or school that secures the most gifts between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. CST on April 5 will earn an additional $1,500 from Vice Chancellor Charlotte Parks. Make your gift during this time to help your favorite area of campus benefit from these resources!
Rank Prize Department Donors
1 $1,500 Graduate School 37
2 Mr. + Miss Ole Miss First Generation Scholarship 35
3 School of Law 20
4 Outreach and Continuing Education 10
5 University Bands 5
6 Division of Diversity and Community Engagement 5
7 School of Education 5
8 School of Pharmacy 4
9 School of Business Administration 4
10 William Magee Institute for Student Wellbeing 3
11 Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College 3
12 College of Liberal Arts 2
13 The Ole Miss Fund 2
14 School of Applied Sciences 2
15 Patterson School of Accountancy 1
16 Ole Miss Alumni Association 1
17 School of Engineering 1
18 Croft Institute for International Studies 1
19 The Ole Miss Women's Council 1
20 Student Affairs 1
21 Center for the Study of Southern Culture 1
22 Ole Miss First 1
23 Gertrude C. Ford Center for Performing Arts 0
24 School of Journalism and New Media 0
25 University Libraries 0
26 University Museum and Historic Houses 0
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Chancellor Boyce's Lunchtime Special
The academic department or school that secures the most gifts between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on April 6 will earn an additional $2,500, thanks to generosity of Chancellor and First Lady Boyce. Act now by making a gift and helping your favorite area of campus benefit from these funds.
Rank Prize Department Gifts
1 $2,500 Division of Diversity and Community Engagement 69
2 School of Law 53
3 Student Affairs 12
4 Ole Miss Alumni Association 9
5 School of Pharmacy 9
6 Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College 8
7 William Magee Institute for Student Wellbeing 7
8 School of Education 6
9 The Ole Miss Women's Council 3
10 The Ole Miss Fund 3
11 Graduate School 3
12 University Bands 3
13 School of Business Administration 3
14 School of Engineering 2
15 University Museum and Historic Houses 2
16 Patterson School of Accountancy 2
17 Center for the Study of Southern Culture 2
18 School of Journalism and New Media 2
19 Mr. + Miss Ole Miss First Generation Scholarship 1
20 College of Liberal Arts 1
21 Croft Institute for International Studies 0
22 Gertrude C. Ford Center for Performing Arts 0
23 Ole Miss First 0
24 Outreach and Continuing Education 0
25 School of Applied Sciences 0
26 University Libraries 0
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Campaign Co-Chair Early Bird Challenge
The academic department or school that secures the most gifts between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on April 5 will earn an additional $5,000, thanks to the generosity of Now & Ever Campaign Co-chairs Debra and Maj. Gen. Leon Collins (BBA 82) of Madison, MS, & Leigh Anne (BS 82) and Sean Tuohy (BBA 85) of Memphis, TN. Act now by making a gift and helping your favorite area of campus benefit from these funds.
Rank Prize Department Gifts
1 $5,000 School of Law 80
2 School of Education 27
3 School of Pharmacy 22
4 Mr. + Miss Ole Miss First Generation Scholarship 16
5 Patterson School of Accountancy 12
6 Student Affairs 11
7 Division of Diversity and Community Engagement 11
8 Croft Institute for International Studies 9
9 William Magee Institute for Student Wellbeing 9
10 School of Business Administration 8
11 The Ole Miss Women's Council 7
12 Ole Miss Alumni Association 7
13 School of Journalism and New Media 6
14 School of Engineering 6
15 Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College 6
16 School of Applied Sciences 5
17 College of Liberal Arts 5
18 The Ole Miss Fund 5
19 University Bands 5
20 Ole Miss First 3
21 Graduate School 3
22 Center for the Study of Southern Culture 2
23 University Libraries 1
24 University Museum and Historic Houses 1
25 Gertrude C. Ford Center for Performing Arts 0
26 Outreach and Continuing Education 0
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Name a Grove Squirrel!
On April 5th from 2:00pm-3:00pm CST, for one hour only, a gift of $50 or more will allow you to name a Grove Squirrel! Fill out your name when submitting your gift, and we will send you a certificate!
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Marshall Ramsey's Journalism Challenge
Mississippi's favorite cartoonist is stepping up to support the School of Journalism and New Media on Giving Day! When you give $100 or more to any School of Journalism fund, we will send you a limited edition, signed Marshall Ramsey print. You won't want to miss this, so make your gift today!
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