May 11, 2011

FSAs: help top Carroll Fund goal

As we approach the end of the calendar year, we ask that you consider making a gift to John Carroll. Last year, 156 members of the John Carroll University community made a gift to the institution in response to the FSA campaign. There are currently 143 FSA donors! We are close to our goal of beating last year.

Why is FSA giving important?

People and organizations outside the University consider the percent of faculty, staff, and administration that financially support the institution a signal of its strength and vibrancy. Your gift is an affirmation of that reality, and of your belief in the mission of John Carroll. The size of your gift is not important; it is the gift itself that matters.

How can I make a gift?

Traditionally, the Carroll Fund is the primary designation for FSA giving; however, if there is a particular department or organization on campus that you prefer to support just let us know.  A convenient way to give is through payroll deduction – a form can be found here. You can also make your gift by credit card here, or by mailing a check in Campus Mail to the Office of Annual Giving, Rodman Hall. If you have any questions feel free to call Deacon Bob Kirschner in the Office of Annual Giving at extension 4198.

Photos from the 2nd Annual Carroll Chili Cook-Off can be found here.