Campbell University Office of Annual Giving will hold its fourth consecutive #CampbellTAGDay, also known as Thank-A-Giver Day, on Thursday.
Every year on the Thursday before Homecoming, student volunteers place more than 400 orange tags on buildings and items that have been given to Campbell. Tagged items include offices, campus landmarks, sports facilities and classrooms.
“TAG Day serves as a visual reminder that donor generosity helped make Campbell what it is today,” said Catrina Moretz (’14), assistant director of donor relations and stewardship.
In addition to tagging campus landmarks, Moretz and her team will host “thank you” booths for students to stop by and write a thank you note to send to donors and friends of the University. Social media also plays a big part during the day as students are encouraged to share selfies and videos of their experiences using the social media hashtag #CampbellTAGDay.
This year, Campbell students have the opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship or an Amazon Echo Dot by celebrating the day on social media.