Pace Athletics: Together We Will Campaign
Big news from Pace Athletics! Their new campaign, Together We Will, is committed to investing in the future of our Setter student-athletes thanks to the efforts of Pace teams, coaches, and staff. On and off the field, Pace Athletics make it happen.
Pace University Director of Athletics Mark Brown has announced Together We Will, a new campaign to build a strong foundation for the student-athlete experience at Pace. Together We Will is designed to raise critical funds to sustain a high-caliber Division II athletics program and drive membership in the Pace Athletics Setters Club to foster university pride and comradery.
The campaign was launched on the Setters Club new GiveCampus platform, which will provide features for supporters to donate and spread the message celebrating Pace Athletics, while providing financial support for all 14 NCAA Division II sports and Spirit Squads.
“We are excited to roll out this new initiative and campaign,” said Director of Athletics Mark Brown. “The Setters Club is the best way for alumni, family, and friends to show their annual support, and provide opportunities for student-athletes to become champions and leaders through their experiences as part of the Pace community. Fundraising is a vital part of our current operation, and for the future success of our programs to compete at the highest levels. This is a team effort and together we truly will build Setters for life.”
Together We Will is a department-wide effort among all Pace teams, coaches, and staff to generate the necessary funds to support student-athletes in essential areas such as training, travel, nutrition, equipment, uniforms, and recruiting. The new GiveCampus platform provides each team with its own branded page to display fundraising goals and give updates. Teams will also run more targeted campaigns and challenges throughout the year.
The site hosts a portal for online donations and provides tools that allow supporters to share the pages through social media, email, or text messaging. The Setters Club Challenge is a social fundraising vehicle that allows anyone to join the Setters Club, the official fundraising organization of Pace Athletics, and be a part of the Pace Athletics family. All gifts will support Pace student-athlete success and provide annual membership benefits such as athletics newsletters and invitations to special events. Read more for details regarding Setters Club membership, which is renewable on an annual basis.
Be sure to check out the Pace Athletics website and follow them on Twitter.
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