Pay 4ward Triple Match 2019
The College of Engineering’s Pay 4ward Triple Match Campaign is back for the third year! For a limited time when you give back, your gift will be matched 3 to 1 and go 4x as far!
Why now, why this campaign? Ahead of the holiday season, our recent alumni ('10-'19) are invited to help Pay 4ward because philanthropic support makes a difference in the engineering and architecture corridor. Your gifts enable Buckeye engineers and architects to achieve their potential through scholarships and professorships, research and hands-on experience, cornerstone programs, and new initiatives. This is your opportunity to give back to the department, area or program at the college that means the most to you.
Every $1 you donate will be matched with $3 pledged by fellow alumni who also believe in the power of giving back. We are fortunate to have support again from Jim Dietz (BS '69, MS '70, chemical engineering) and Rob Savage (BS '83, industrial and systems engineering) and pleased to have alumnus Larry Schavey (BS ’69, electrical engineering) join them this year.
Join your fellow alumni in paying forward and make your gift today to make 4x the impact!
The fine print:
Who is eligible for the match? All College of Engineering and Knowlton School alumni who earned their degree between 2010 - 2019.
What is the timeline for the match? Gifts made from November 4 - November 27 will be eligible for the match.
What funds are eligible for the match? The choice is yours! You may support any area you are passionate about within the College of Engineering and Knowlton School of Architecture. This includes the College of Engineering and Knowlton School scholarship funds—just select the desired button above to choose that fund.
If you would like to support another philanthropic area within the college and Knowlton School, select the Other button. Then in the comments, let us know what area you wish to support. Examples include your department’s priority or scholarship fund, college-wide programs such as the Minority Engineering Program or Women in Engineering, the motorsports teams, cancer research initiatives and access to clean water.
Wherever you give, the match will follow. If you give $100 to support civil engineering students, another $300 will also go towards that cause.
What gifts are eligible for the match? For your gift to be matched, be sure to make it through this page or through the student call center.
Does the match count towards recognition levels at the university? No, only your initial gift amount will count towards university recognition levels.
Other questions? Please contact Anne Strychalski, email@example.com or 614-688-4173 if you have other questions.