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CSU-Pueblo Foundation

As the new academic year approaches at Colorado State University-Pueblo, the CSU-Pueblo Foundation is preparing for our one-year anniversary of the announcement of the On The Move Campaign.

The campaign is a three-year, $25 million fundraising effort to help increase scholarships for CSU-Pueblo students ($15 million), assist with the remodel and enlargement of the Joseph M. Occhiato University Center ($5 million), and to expand the department of athletics ($5 million).

As of today, the campaign has generated more than $10.5 million is contributions, pledges and anticipated gifts.  This amount equates to more than 40% of the campaign goal.

We have made great progress with the campaign, but we still have a long way to go and we need everyone’s help to reach our goal.

Every gift we receive, no matter the size, makes a big impact on our students. A gift of $100 provides eight hours of tutoring to a CSU-Pueblo student and a gift of $500 provides books for a semester to one student, just as an example.

Every dollar we raise for student scholarship is a dollar invested in the future of our students, the Pueblo economy, and the southern Colorado community.

I hope you will consider making a gift to the On The Move Campaign and to help change the lives of our students.
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 Foundation News

 
Colorado State University-Pueblo President Lesley Di Mare along with Dan DeRose, chair of the CSU-Pueblo Foundation, announced today (August 29), ON THE MOVE, The Campaign for Colorado State University-Pueblo, a three-year, $25 million fundraising effort to strengthen the University through additional scholarships, facility enhancements, and the addition of six new sports. Since the start of the silent phase of the campaign in May, the CSU-Pueblo Foundation has raised $5.45 million in collected, pledged, and anticipated gifts, or nearly 22 percent of the goal.

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