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I Heart Point Park 2020

February 9-15, 2020

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What is I Heart Point Park?

I Heart Point Park is an annual giving challenge that touches all parts of campus. Our goal this year is gifts from 150 donors during the challenge week. If we meet that goal, we unlock an additional $20,000 gift from Board of Trustees members Anne Lewis and Lisa Cibik!

I Heart Point Park is the perfect opportunity to invest your time, talent and treasure in support of distinctive, innovative, and experiential education. Your involvement with I Heart Point Park will positively impact the lives of students and future generations. By giving your heart, you will undoubtedly inspire and inform others to make a difference too. 


How Can I Get Involved?

What a great question! We're so glad you asked!

Make a contribution or click on the "Donate Now" button. Check for updates about on-campus activities, and spread the word about this powerful movement, by following us on Facebook Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to use our campaign hashtag: #IHeartPointPark


What Were the Outcomes of Last Year's Challenge?

Thanks to the enthusiastic support of alumni, faculty, staff and friends, we raised more than $30,000 from 143 individuals! Special thanks to Board of Trustees members Anne Lewis and Lisa Cibik, who provided a $20,000 matching gift, rasing our grand total to $50,000!

These gifts support programs such as:

  • Student travel as part of the International Media Class.
  • World Cultures Dance Week, which is hosted by Point Park’s Dance Club every fall.
  • Point Park's Quality Student Experience through financial aid and supporting areas of greatest need, as well as classroom enhancements and critical resources. 

The Fine Print

All pledges and gifts made between February 9 and midnight on February 15 will be counted toward our campaign goal. Unless designated to a specific area, your gift will benefit the Quality Student Experience (area of greatest need), which benefits every area on campus.