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Give Back to King University on Give Day April 6

April 6, 2016, has been named Give Day at King University. On this day, everyone is encouraged to celebrate their experience, education, and affection for King by making a gift to King!

“We are excited to encourage alumni, faculty, staff, and students to participate,” says Denise Asbury, director of Development. “King is a close community with a special connectivity which has always supported each other.”

Give Day is a special day to focus on giving back by making a gift to the Annual Fund for Scholarships & Programs. The Annual Fund primarily supports scholarship gifts for current students, but also provides valuable resources for King’s most pressing needs, which may include academic programming and facility improvements.

King University junior Aaron Hitefield is double majoring in Mathematics and Political Science/History. “I hope alumni and friends of King truly know how important their gifts are to the school. The scholarship support I receive greatly benefits my family and me; I look forward to completing my education and making my own gifts back to King!”

“Together, we can make a difference for generations to come by simply giving back to the School, which has done so much for so many,” adds Asbury. “Your gift also increases alumni participation, which is used by ranking services such as U.S. News & World Report in their evaluation of our institution, so every gift at any level is important!”

Give Day is also a day of pride for those who care most about King. It’s an opportunity to be counted among those who believe that King is a special place, which nurtures the mind, body, and spirit. “There is no better opportunity to be invested in King and its future growth. Please take a moment to show your pride and appreciation in King by making your gift online. Be sure to share with and even challenge your friends to do likewise on social media,” Asbury said.

Make a gift to King University by visiting No amount is too small. The important thing is to give! You can also contact Denise Asbury in the Office of Development by calling 800.621.5464 or email Share and encourage others to give by using #GiveDay on social media on April 6.