Go Blue Give Green Campaign
Giving Green Means Giving Dreams
For 68 years students have been coming to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with big dreams. Faculty, Staff, Alumni, and community friends have been helping to make those dreams a reality by giving charitable gifts to the University. When you give a donation, it is a wonderful direct response to the call to action “Go Blue Give Green.” We sincerely hope you will respond positively!
Over the years, employees have weighed their charitable giving options and chosen TAMU-CC as their sound investment. You see firsthand the good that TAMU-CC does because you are a unique part of it. Your participation in the campaign will inspire the involvement of donors everywhere. Did you know that you can support your choice of scholarships, endowments and department programs? The possibilities are endless.
Across our campus, we can see opportunities to address immediate needs within our own work space. Please consider meeting one or some of those needs with a generous donation that will help our students. As we aim to become an emerging research institution, some of our greatest needs include resources for research, endowed scholarships, professorships, and infrastructure. Your contributions can enable us to make great progress in reaching this goal.
Whether you make a large gift or a small one, every gift counts and contributes to the greater cause. Contributing has been made more convenient by giving online with a payroll deduction, credit card or electronic funds transfer. You can also give a check or cash donation to our Director of Annual Giving, by contacting her at email@example.com or 361.825.3890 and she will pick it up or contacting the Director of Development in your college. Participate in the Go Blue Give Green Faculty/Staff Campaign and join those who care about TAMU-CC’s student’s success.
With Islander pride,
Go Blue Give Green Campaign Committee
Elizabeth Parker, Student Foundation Association President
Dr. Blair Sterba-Boatwright, Faculty Chair
Dr. Patricia Spaniol-Mathews, Staff Chair