#BelieveInTheG 2018

Hey everyone. While I usually use this platform to discuss issues affecting young professionals, today is all about helping young people become young professionals. My alma mater, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, kicked off its Believe in the G campaign today and will conclude it tomorrow at 11:59 PM. This is a great opportunity for Spartan alumni, family, and friends to show what the university means to them and their loved ones.

I had a great experience at UNCG and was on a partial scholarship while there. Now I am an established professional who adds immense value to organizations and comes with a wealth of potential. Much of this is because of the time I spent in Greensboro and I believe it’s only right to give back to an institution that taught me so much, both in and out of the classroom. That being said, I would love for everyone who sees this page to make a gift or pledge to UNCG today. There is a Daniels Dollar for Donor match on the table that Desirée  and I are sponsoring and, the more donors we get, the more we can give to help provide access to education and resources to more young people. The size of your donation isn’t as important as the act of giving it (but if you can give a large amount, by all means, please do!).

Visit BelieveInTheG.com today and make a gift. You can give to any fund you would like and the Daniels Dollar For Donor match counts but, if you don’t have any preference, please consider either giving to the Pi Zeta Scholarship Fund or the Deryle Daniels BBSA Scholarship Fund (you will have to select “Other” as your designation and then write either of those fund names in the comments).

Thanks in advance for helping a young person have a chance to better him/herself.

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