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An accomplished scientist, inventor, philosopher, printer, economist and statesman, Benjamin Franklin knew a thing or two about knowledge. In fact, the inventor of the lightening rod and bifocals once wrote:
"An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest."
Investment in the Huskie Athletics Annual Fund has had a profound and ongoing impact on the lives of student-athletes. In fact, last year’s Annual Fund contributions helped to provide our program with the resources necessary to recruit premiere student-athletes while also helping offset the costs of retaining the best coaches, giving student-athletes what they need at home and on the road.
Gifts directed toward Huskie Athletics through the Annual Fund be completely devoted to enhancing the student-athlete experience, and by investing in students today, future students and the Huskie Athletics. With your increased financial investment, these student benefits could be realized more broadly.
The Annual Fund provides our Huskie Athletics with more resources to help our students graduate and go on to their lives as professionals, making an impact in the world and in our communities. Graduates of our university have a magnificent record of bringing about change both at home and around the globe. Change tomorrow, however, begins with supporting our U of S Huskie student-athletes today.
Student-athletes are the biggest recipients of your annual generosity. Throughout Huskie Athletics, annual unrestricted support is used in many ways. Unrestricted gifts provide the greatest flexibility for the Huskies to meet today’s most immediate needs and demands. Annual gifts are an embedded part of this university’s spirit, providing the resources necessary to achieve new levels of success.
To learn more about giving to the Huskies Annual Fund please contact the Huskie Development Office at 306-966-1108 or email at email@example.com or to give now please fill out his GIFT FORM and return via fax to 306-966-6502 or give on-line today at GIVE.