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We need your help to meet our challenge! Share with others why you support our mission. To make it easier, here are some possible messages you might use:

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Hope you're doing well. Today is the "All in for Wesleyan" challenge. If IWU can raise $50,000 from alumni and friends today, the school will receive an additional $100,000 for financial aid and scholarships from a challenge donor. IWU can no longer meet full financial need, and if this works, we could generate over $150,000 toward this effort.

I made my gift this morning at www.iwu.edu/challenge. It took just a minute. I don't know if you give to IWU or not, but either way, today is a great day to give something because the challenge basically triples the impact.

I know alumni gave when we were in school and made our experience better. Even though it was still expensive, it would have cost more without people who wrote checks back then.

I've also learned that the percentage of alumni who give is used when publications rank colleges. It doesn't matter how much you give...just that you're a donor. More donors = higher rankings = more valuable IWU degree.

Give today. It's easy and will really help the school!


Facebook

"All in for Wesleyan" challenge is on! If IWU can raise $50,000 from alumni and friends today, the school will receive an additional $100,000 for financial aid from a challenge donor. Go to www.iwu.edu/challenge and give any gift. I did it this morning in about two minutes. Whether you normally give to IWU or not, today is the day to do it because your gift will have triple the impact!

Give now and share this post with all the IWU people you know!

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All in for Wesleyan today! If IWU can raise $50,000 from alumni today, the school will get another $100k from an alum. Give at  www.iwu.edu/challenge. Spread the word.


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All in for Wesleyan! Give any amount today and help IWU get an extra $100k from an alum. www.iwu.edu/challenge. Give and RT! #IWUChallenge

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