The Pace Race
24 hours. 24 reasons to give. The Pace Race starts on May 1. On your mark, get set…
This is a race you don’t have to lace up your sneakers for.
On May 1, Pace University’s Annual Giving team will launch Pace Race, a 24-hour marathon day of giving. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and the community are asked to join the Pace team!
Keep your eyes peeled for posts, tweets, and shares from Pace’s major social media channels that explain the importance of enriching our University community.
You will get 24 reasons to give–one reason in honor of every hour of the day! Some of the campaigns include Athletics, Student Scholarships, the Pleasantville Campaign, and the Pace Cares Fund, which helps students who are dealing with illness, family tragedy, sudden job loss, or other unforeseeable circumstances.
Remember: Your gift, no matter its size, is an investment in the future of our University community.
If you’d like to get a head start, click here to make your gift now. And make sure to use hashtag #PaceRace to let everyone know your support for the Pace Race.
The goal is to get 501 gifts in 24 hours. Ready?
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