President's Report Masthead
June 30, 2015

Binghamton Fund promotes student philanthropy

The Seniors for the BingFund campaign, previously known as the Senior Challenge, increased awareness among students about the importance of giving back to support Binghamton.

More than 300 senior students (12 percent) participated in this year’s fundraising initiative — nearly double the number who took part last year.

Binghamton University Foundation Board members Paul Turovsky ’73, LHD ’12 (past chair), and Sheldon Goldfarb ’73 (vice chair) committed to make a matching gift of $1,000 each for every 10 percent of senior participation.

A student donor wall will be constructed in Bartle Library and ready in time for Binghamton’s newest alumni to view when they return to campus for Homecoming, Oct. 9-11.