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Augusta University surpasses $1 million fundraising goal

The 2017 IGIVE fundraiser for Augusta University exceeded its $1 million goal for the third consecutive year. With the help of alumni, faculty, staff, donors, and community partners, the campaign raised $1,072,768 according to an announcement made by university officials during the Augusta U Brew-N...

IGIVE Night Shift Kickoff moves to CHOG tonight

This week, the IGIVE campaign heads to the Children’s Hospital of Georgia to once again bring the annual giving campaign direct to the Night Shift. From 10—11:55 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 7, Night Shift employees will be able to visit an IGIVE donation station at CHOG, where their gifts can be...

IGIVE Night Shift Kickoff starts tonight

This week, the IGIVE campaign rides the elevator to the second floor of the Medical Center to bring the annual giving campaign direct to the Night Shift. From 10—11:55 p.m. on Thursday, August 31, Night Shift employees will be able to visit an IGIVE donation station at the A elevators on the second...

The IGIVE campaign rolls back to the Health Sciences Campus

Following last week’s stop at the Summerville Campus, the IGIVE campaign returns to the Health Sciences Campus on Tuesday, giving employees two separate places to give. Donations stations will be set up at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia fountain as well as Terrace Green from 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m...

IGIVE moves to Summerville today

The Summerville kick-off for IGIVE, the annual campaign for giving at Augusta University and Augusta University Health, runs from 10:30 until 1:30 in the Grove on Aug. 14. Another Health Sciences Campus event will also be held on Aug. 22 at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia Fountain and at the...

Caughman hosts Fall Kick-Off this morning

The beginning of the new academic year is just days away, and the annual Fall Kick-Off gives faculty and interested staff the perfect opportunity to start the year off right. Doors will open 8:30 a.m. and the Kick-Off will start at 9 a.m. at the Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre on the Summerville...

IGIVE Campaign Launches Aug. 8

IGIVE, the annual campaign for giving at Augusta University and Augusta University Health, kicks off from 11:30—1:30 on Tuesday, Aug. 8, and employees on the Health Sciences Campus will have three locations to participate. Donation stations will be located in the lobby of the Health Sciences...

Save the date: 3rd Annual Fall Kick-Off on August 14

The 3rd Annual Fall Kick-Off is scheduled for Monday, August 14, in the Maxwell Theatre from 9 – 10:30 a.m. All university faculty and employees with an academic role are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be provided following the program and several exhibitors will be on hand...

Augusta University surpasses $1 million fundraising goal

The 2016 IGIVE fundraiser for Augusta University exceeded its $1 million goal for the second consecutive year. With the help of alumni, faculty, staff, donors, and community partners, the campaign raised $1,033,490 according to an announcement made by university officials during the Augusta U Brew...

IGIVE campaign culminates with annual alumni BBQ event

The 2016 IGIVE fundraising campaign for Augusta University culminates Friday, Oct. 14, with the Augusta U Brew-N-Que event kicking off at 5:30 p.m. in the D. Douglas Barnard Jr. Amphitheatre on the Summerville Campus. This annual affair includes a barbeque dinner provided by Fat Man’s Café as well...

The Augusta Chronicle: Give dollars to make change

The Augusta Chronicle: Give dollars to make change

With the  IGIVE community campaign underway, President Brooks Keel shared his thoughts with The Augusta Chronicle about having the city’s support to reach our $1 million fundraising goal. Click the link below to view that article. The Augusta Chronicle: Give dollars to make change Sept. 18...

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