Mansfield University participates in inaugural Thank a Giver (TAG) Days

Three students wearing sunglasses pose while holding postcards
MU students signed TAG Days postcards thanking university donors

MANSFIELD, Pa. – Mansfield University participated in its inaugural Thank a Giver (TAG) Days on April 26-27. TAG Day is a campus-wide event that celebrates direct university support by encouraging students, faculty, and staff to write a note of thanks to university donors.

The campus community completed more than 450 notes of gratitude during the two-day event.

“We want to ensure our students and faculty are optimally supported now and 100 years into the future,” said Mansfield University Executive Director of Advancement Casey Wood.”

With Wood recently named to this position, Mansfield University is eager to cultivate collaborative donor relations and enhance university advancement operations. “We have a lot of work to do, and it’s critically important work. However, investing in our students today and growing these investments tomorrow is rewarding labor.”

“One of the most powerful relationships in higher education is between students and their donors. Collaborating with donors and expressing our gratitude to our supporters is something you will see more of at Mansfield University.”

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