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The University of Southern Mississippi Foundation recently completed two special fundraising initiatives that resulted in gifts totaling more than $2.25 million toward the campaigns.
The DuBard School for Language Disorders at The University of Southern Mississippi recently celebrated its 50th anniversary with a fundraising campaign that netted approximately $1.17 million. The Moffitt Health Center Campaign, launched to help provide a new student health services facility on the Southern Miss Hattiesburg campus, raised approximately $1.08 million.
“It is always special to be able to celebrate successful fundraising projects. The campaigns for the DuBard School and Moffitt Health Center surpassed the million-dollar mark because of the hard work of steering committee volunteers as well as the staff for each program and the USM Foundation,” said Foundation Executive Director Shannon Fleming. “Strong credit goes to the leaders of the DuBard School and Student Health Services, Dr. Maureen Martin and Dr. Virginia Crawford, for their leadership during the campaign period.”
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