Stout Gives Back

A day for UW-Stout alumni and friends to pay it forward to the next generation of Stout students
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2022 Giving Day

Stout Gives Back is November 29, 2022

Stout Gives Back is one day for Blue Devils everywhere to unite and help transform UW-Stout.
Goal: $150,000

Celebrate your love and passion for UW-Stout by giving back to an area on campus that is most meaningful to you and take advantage of our Giving Day exclusive matches to double your gift.

  • Student Emergency Fund by Chancellor Katherine Frank and her husband, Joe Dvorsky: matched up to $15,000
  • Blue Devil Athletics Fund supported by Craig Sandbulte ’98, and Ross Jones ’05: matched up to $10,000
  • General Scholarship Fund supported by alumnus and faculty emeritus Phil McGuirk ’76, ’81; and alumna Marilyn Krause Leccese ’74 and her husband, Rick: matched up to $7,000
  • Study Abroad Scholarships Fund supported by alumni and faculty emeriti Robert Spinti ’54, ’57; and Beverly Spinti ’54, ’76: matched up to $3,000
  • Helping Hand Food+ Pantry Fund by Foundation Executive Director Willie Johnson and former directors Mark Parsons, Dave Williams and Pat Reisinger: matched up to $2,000

 


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