Employee giving campaign hits record 89% participation

June 25, 2012 | Leave a Comment

Employee giving campaign hits record 89% participation

BUIES CREEK – Campbell University employees are giving back at an unprecedented rate.

The University announced this week that 89 percent of its faculty and staff donated to the school’s annual fund this past school year. The number topped the previous record of 83 percent set the prior year. Campbell’s Employee Giving Campaign began in 2006 and has come a long way since 61 percent gave back in 2008.

“This University’s employees rose to the challenge this year,” said Peggy Mason, director of the Annual Fund. “It was fantastic to see us working together on a common goal … this will definitely have a positive impact on various grant applications submitted by Campbell.”

Each year, employees have the choice to support any area of the campus that has a gift account associated with it or support any various endowed scholarships. In the past, the Employee Giving Campaign has focused on specific areas of support, such as the Convocation Center, University Chapel, the football stadium or the newly renovated track.

Campbell University Vice President for Advancement Britt Davis said he was “overwhelmed” by the support of the school’s faculty and staff this year.

“Nearly nine of every 10 individuals who work at Campbell gave back financially,” Davis said. “It’s a wonderful testimony about the quality of Campbell and the loyalty of our team.”

Among those who donated, several faculty and staff members were chosen randomly to receive prizes for their generosity. The 2011-2012 prize winners were:

Jonathan Bronsink

1/2 day of extra vacation

Marketing Design Division

Ryan Dailey

CU Hoodie

PGM Faculty Member

Deborah Dye

1/2 day of extra vacation

Administrative Assistant – Music Department

Adam English

Football T-Shirt

Divinity Faculty Member

Barbara Hartgrove

1 day of extra vacation

Financial Aid

Tiago Jones

Football Polo Shirt

Foreign Language Faculty Member

Brian Kessler

CU Tie

Medical School Faculty Member

Jenny Lucas

1/2 day of extra vacation

Student Health Services

Brynn Mason

CU Women’s Basketball Shirt

Academic Coordinator - College of Pharmacy

David McGirt

Football Polo Shirt

Registrar

James McLaughlin

Football Polo Shirt

Law Faculty Member

Telford Miller

1 day of extra vacation

Facilities Management - Housekeeper

Wesley Rich

VIP Basketball Package

Clinical Research Faculty

Dexter Smith

CU Hoodie

Admissions/Financial Aid – Law School

William Stagner

Football T-Shirt

College of Pharmacy Faculty Member

William Stewart

1 day of extra vacation

VA Counselor – Fort Bragg

Kristen Stiltner

Football T-Shirt

Administrative Assistant – PA Program

Thomas Taylor

CU Crystal Clock

Trust Faculty Member

Debbie Temple

1 day of extra vacation

Administrative Assistant – Teaching Fellows

Janis Todd

CU Crystal Clock

Math Department Faculty Member

Jarrad Turner

Dolce & Gabanna Fragrance Set

Marketing/Promotions – Athletics

Rick Wilkins

Football T-Shirt

Facilities Management – Small Engine Department

Davida Williams

VIP Football Package

Admissions

Lisa Williams

Dolce & Gabanna Fragrance Set

Facilities Management - Receptionist

Deborah Winters

1/2 day of extra vacation

Public Safety

Mason thanked the many Team Leaders who assisted in no only the Campaign Kick-Off Dessert Buffet on March 26, but also helped run the campaign throughout the semester. They were:

Darla Reed

Adrianne Karlinski

Susan Litton

Angela Clark

Annette Spivey

Daly Russ

Win Quakenbush

Elaine Smith

Michael Smith

Tiago Jones

James Martin

Nate Salsbury

Taek You

Lin Coker

Glenn Jonas

Marilyn Buie

Christi Copes

Matt Currin

Gabrielle Morgan

Robyn Rogers

Robert Schmid

Joyce Mashtare

Irma Duke

Tere’ Murphy

Tom Harris

Katherine Spradley

Marty Blackmon

Merry Taylor

Michelle Day

Deborah Ennis

Keith Faulkner

Carl Broadhurst

Borree Kwok

Tina Harmon

Tim Lloyd

Susan Rhodes

Peggy Smith

Ann Parker

Jennifer Brown

Randall Johnson

Ryan Meyer

Scot Phillips

Haven Hottel

 

 

 

 

 

“Through it all, Campbell employees have been excited about the changes here, from new facilities to new programs,” added Mason. “I’m excited to work with great people who have a caring spirit.”

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