Penn State Great Valley Raising Funds for Its Arts and Culture Program on GivingTuesday

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Today, Penn State’s seventh GivingTuesday is an opportunity to remind its students that they are a part of a community that believes in their potential. It is a chance to show support for the people and programs that shape the university. It’s a day to remind friends and neighbors that “We Are” a community that stands beside one another and invests in a better, brighter future together.

At Penn State Great Valley, community is at the heart of the campus. PSGV is committed to making an impact in the lives of students and those who call this region home — and it looks to the arts to help it do just that. PSGV’s vibrant arts and culture program provides free lectures, films, performances, exhibits, and more to the community. It is committed to continuing to offer these programs free of charge for the community, and it can’t do be done without you.

Penn State Great Valley needs the financial support of those who value the arts, culture, and free exchange of ideas to help it continue and expand its programing.

Join PSGV on Nov. 30 by making a gift to support its arts and culture program or reach out to Suzanne Cruit at 610-648-3219 or syk123@psu.edu for more information.

For Penn State Graduates of the Last Decade — GOLD alumni — there is a way to make GivingTuesday support go twice as far. Any gift made by a GOLD Penn Stater to a GivingTuesday campaign will be matched 1:1 by the university up to $100. Note that GOLD is defined by the years that follow one’s most recent Penn State degree.

New for 2021, any first-time alumni donors to the university who make a gift of at least $25 to a GivingTuesday campaign will have their contribution boosted with an additional $25 from the Peter Weiler Family Endowment in Advancement and Philanthropy.

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