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Nov. 30, 2020 LA GRANDE, Ore. – Giving Tuesday brings philanthropists across the globe together for a day of meaningful gifts to a wide range of causes. This year, EOU Foundation donors shared why they support Oregon’s Rural University.
A special match from EOU alumnus Mike Allstott and his wife Bobbi means that all gifts up to $5,000 will be instantly doubled.
Alumnus Kasey Powers, ’95 and ’97 is the father of an EOU student-athlete.
“My family supports EOU athletics and the education program,” he said. “Go, Mounties!”
EOU Alumni Association President Adriana DalSoglio, ’06 and ’08, supports EOU Foundation Scholarships. Meanwhile, John, ’84, and Holly, ’89, Kerfoot support EOU athletics and the EOU Alumni Association, “for future Mountaineers like our grandkids.” Jennifer Teeter, ’95 and ’02, also gives back to her alma mater.
“I am a double graduate of Eastern, and the proud mom of a recent EOU/OHSU nursing graduate, and I support EOU athletics,” she said.
Mike, ’74, and Sue, ’76, Daugherty are long-time supporters of the EOU Foundation, the EOU Alumni Association, and the Mountaineer Athletic Association (MAA).
“We believe it is vital to support EOU students with scholarship opportunities, so we provide assistance to students through athletic scholarships via the MAA, fund a Student Engagement Scholarship, and a Science Scholarship annually,” Mike said.
Be the best part of someone’s story. Make a lasting impact with a gift to the EOU Foundation. Use the online giving form at eou.edu/foundation/giving-tuesday or contact the EOU Foundation at email@example.com or 541-962-3470 to donate over the phone or through the mail.
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