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Dins Day is back for its seventh year on April 27

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DINS DAY IS TODAY! Please give to support Furman students and faculty.

Furman University students, alumni, parents and friends will kick off the seventh annual Dins Day, a 24-hour celebration of Paladin pride and philanthropy, on Tuesday, April 27.

“Whether donors gift $50, $5,000 or $50,000, they can be assured they are making a positive impact on the daily experience of Furman students and ability of faculty and staff to deliver an unparalleled educational experience,” said Gloria Goosby, Furman’s director of annual giving.

In adherence to Furman Focused COVID-19 guidelines, no events will be held on campus or at satellite locations with the Furman Advantage Network Clubs, but Furman family and friends are invited to participate in trivia, a Zoom workout class and a midday, livestreamed cooking lesson with Furman First Gentleman Charles Davis.

In addition, Furman alumni are encouraged to post images to social media of themselves in their Furman gear and the “I Gave” social media image that is provided to all donors.

“I’m excited to see all members of the Furman family rally for the areas that mean the most to them while helping advance The Furman Advantage,” said Goosby.

For more information and to give, visit the Dins Day website or contact Gloria Goosby at gloria.goosby@furman.edu.

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