Charter Day of Giving Frequently Asked Questions
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What is the Charter Day of Giving?
Charter Day of Giving is a 24-hour celebration and fundraising event. Alumni, friends, staff, faculty, and even students come together to make a gift of $10 or more in support of Immaculata University.

When can I give?
Charter Day of Giving starts at midnight Eastern on Thursday, November 9, and ends at 11:59 p.m. You don’t have to wait to make a difference, though – make an early gift now.

What is our goal?
All gifts are always appreciated.  This year’s goal is $100,000 and 250 donors. Please make a gift that is personally meaningful to you.

Are Charter Day of Giving contributions tax-deductible?
Yes! When you make a gift during Charter Day of Giving, you will receive an email confirmation that serves as your receipt for tax purposes.

Where do contributions go?
We encourage you to make a gift to The Immaculata Fund, which directly impacts the IU student experience. Immaculata students are talented, driven, and committed to success and 98% of our traditional undergraduates rely on scholarships and financial aid to access an IU education.  The support of The Immaculata Fund provides a foundation that the University can rely upon to meet this need.

Why should I participate?
When we all come together, we can make a MIGHTY IMPACT. Charter Day of Giving is your opportunity to support your alma mater and show off your Mighty Mac pride.

Are there other ways I can get involved?
Absolutely! Check out the online auction – bid on one-of-a-kind Immaculata themed items. Encourage your classmates to make a contribution. Follow us on Social media, promote Charter Day of Giving. Volunteer to be a class agent.

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