Tis the Season
Your gift makes all the difference. Giving starts at home and your gift sets an important example for all the people we serve—make a gift to the Annual Fund today.
We take pride in having one of the most talented and dedicated faculty and staff in the higher education realm. Whether you've been a part of the Pace family for three months, three years, or three decades, there's no doubt that the mission of our institution is a compelling one. We hope you are as proud as we are to be a part of it.
As a member of the Pace Community, you are an integral part of the Pace experience. We contribute so much to the institution, and to our students, on a daily basis. Year after year, you've gone above and beyond your daily duties by investing in the future of our University through the Faculty and Staff Campaign. Your gifts help enrich the areas that mean the most to you. Today, we are asking you to continue this tradition through your support of this year's Faculty and Staff Campaign.
Once again, our campaign will be acknowledged by the Academic Federal Credit Union. They will match gifts from faculty and staff, dollar for dollar, up to $5,000. Your gift, no matter its size, will have double the impact.
As you know, it's an exciting and wonderful time in Pace's history. We're building new facilities, expanding programs, and attracting students. Please consider making a gift now—it not only supports the valuable work you do at Pace every single day, but strengthens the commitment of alumni, friends, students, and parents to take action in supporting the values of opportunity and excellence in education for which we stand.
You can participate in the Faculty and Staff Campaign in one of the following ways:
- Make a gift online;
- Print the Faculty and Staff gift form and send it via interoffice mail to the Annual Giving Office;
- Print the Payroll deduction form, which allows you to have your gift automatically deducted from your paycheck, and send it via interoffice mail to the Annual Giving Office.
Mail all forms to:
Development and Alumni Relations
P.O. Box 1546
New York, NY 10008-1546
Questions? Please call Claudia Angelillo, Director of Annual Giving, at (212) 346-1631.
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Save the Date: InsideTrack
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Research: The Arms Trade Treaty
Homecoming 2016 culminates with the Faces of Pace Celebration in Pleasantville and the Leaders and Legends Dinner in New York City. Join your fellow Setters this October for a party to beat the band.
Party On, Setters