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Pittsburg State Athletics Announces Legacy Fund

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Press Release Pittsburg State University: 

Pittsburg StateAthletics is pleased to announce the creation of the Pitt Legacy Fund,a new fundraising and relationship building initiative designed to give formerGorilla student-athletes an option to give back to Pittsburg State and helpcurrent PSU student-athletes.
 
The Legacy Fund gives former Gorilla letter winners an affordableoption to make an initial annual gift that positions them to gradually increasetheir giving to PSU over time. In their first year following the conclusion ofparticipation with the Gorillas, a gift of $50 establishes formerstudent-athletes as part of the Legacy Fund. Any formerstudent-athletes under the age of 30 can buy in at the Gorilla Level for$100-$150. Larger gifts can also be given at the Crimson and Gold levels byGorilla alums of any age.
 
Legacy Fund gifts are tax deductible. Members will also receive a PittLegacy Fund display medallion with their initial gift. Annual benefitsinclude Pitt Legacy Fund fall and spring family picnics to be held inconjunction with a Saturday athletic event, a $25 voucher to be used at theGorilla Gala silent auction and recognition in PSU publications as a PittLegacy Fund donor.
 
Fifty percent of Legacy Fund gifts will be placed in the athleticsgeneral scholarship fund that helps build the scholarship budget for all sportson an annual basis. The remaining 50 percent will be placed in the PSUFoundation account for the sport in which the donor participated. These funds supplementeach sport's annual budget for expenses such as equipment, travel andrecruiting.
 
Download the above flier to begin your giving to the Pitt Legacy Fundtoday.

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