Finals Care Packages
Surprise and support your student during finals with a care package from Parent & Family Services!
Du to Covid-19 and all classes being moved online, Finals Care Packages for Spring 2020 have been discontinued. If you have already purchased a Finals Care Package we have three options in regards to the care package for your student. Please contact us to indicate which option you would like at firstname.lastname@example.org or 901.678.2115.
1: Transfer to Fall: If you choose this option, your purchase will be converted to a Fall Finals Care Package and your student will receive it the last week of classes in the Fall semester. They will be notified beginning November 30, 2020.
2: Donate to the Tiger Pantry: If you choose this option, the cost of the Care Package will be donated to the Tiger Pantry which provides food for our students with food insecurity. Funds will be used to purchase food and other items for the Tiger Pantry.
3: Refund: If you choose this option, you will receive a refund of your purchase. You will be contacted via email to confirm for refund requirements.
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The Parent & Family Services office is excited to launch Out of the Blue , which delivers a Finals Care Package to a student in need. When you make a tax-deductible gift of $35 or more to the Parent Fund , we will provide a package to a student who would not otherwise receive one. In addition to providing them a surprise package, contributors can also write an inspirational message for these students. Ease their stress and uplift a student by supporting them today!
Along with the Tiger Pantry and Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham Student Emergency Fund , we will identify the students who will benefit most from receiving an inspirational package and message. Our goal is to raise $1,500, enough to provide 30 students in need with a Finals Care Package. The campaign will culminate on Giving Tuesday, December 3, 2019. We hope you join us in supporting these students, one care package at a time!
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