Alabama A&M on Pace to Raise $2 Million in Donor Support
The Hunstville Times yesterday reported that Alabama A&M is on a pace to raise $2 million this fiscal year.
In a presentation to the research, development and technology committee of the school’s board of trustees last week, Vice President Wendy Kobler said the school has raised more than $804,000 since Oct. 1.
That puts Alabama A&M on track to reach the goal set by President Andrew Hugine to raise $2 million by the end of the fiscal year Sept. 30.
“Those individuals who support Alabama A&M University have translated their love into dollars,” Hugine said. (The Hunstville Times)
Officials say that ticket sales for the university’s annual black tie gala and sale of AAMU vanity license plates have generated more than $400,000 alone, nearly half total donations to the university since October 2011.