Send holiday greetings to help WSU students

9:08:46 AM CDT - Thursday, November 03, 2005

You can send holiday greetings to the WSU community and help students at the same time through the Holiday Card Scholarship Fund drive currently under way.

The Holiday Card Scholarship Fund is one of WSU's longstanding traditions. It was established by the late Nicholas Pronko, professor emeritus of psychology, who thought that faculty and staff could donate the money they would normally spend on cards and postage to help fund a scholarship for deserving students. The donors' names appear in one mass holiday greeting, published in Inside WSU.

The WSU Foundation recently mailed a letter, asking for contributions to the fund. There is no minimum giving amount to be included in the Inside WSU publication, but individuals giving $50 or more can write a special message (less than 50 words) that will be included in a special mailing from the Foundation to the WSU community.

To be included in the greeting published in the Dec. 8 issue of Inside WSU, donations must be sent to the Foundation, box 2, no later than Tuesday, Nov. 22.  For gifts received after Nov. 22, the donor names will be printed in the first January issue of Inside WSU.

For more information, contact Michelle Harris, coordinator of the Annual Fund, 978-3819 or michelle.harris@wichita.edu.

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