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PTS Day of Giving

Participation Drive
272 Donors
104%
Towards goal of 260 Donors
$94,678.00 Raised
Project has ended
Project ended on February 12, at 01:00 AM EST
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PTS Day of Giving

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Join us 2-12-2020!

The second annual Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Day of Giving will be held Wed., Feb. 12, 2020. On this day, we ask all Pittsburgh Seminary alums, employees, students, parents, and friends to visit this webpage and make an online donation to support Pittsburgh Seminary. Last year we received a tremendous amount of support with 239 donors and $103,000. 

A bit more than 60 years ago, Western and Pittsburgh-Xenia seminaries joined together to pursue God’s call as a united school—Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, formed in 1959. Now, in a modern world burdened by discord and division, we celebrate that PTS is 60-one! Help us prepare students of the same mind that was in Christ Jesus.

“Be of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind.” Philippians 2:2

 

What is the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Day of Giving?

The Pittsburgh Seminary Day of Giving is the Seminary's annual online fundraising event. Gifts can be designated to multiple areas on campus and every gift counts. This year we have a goal of 260 donors to unlock $60,000 in challenge gifts from the Pittsburgh Seminary Board of Directors. Your gift makes a difference! We hope you will join us on Feb. 12, and help us reach our goal. 

Questions? Please contact Dominick Oliver, director of development, at doliver@pts.edu.

Levels
Choose a giving level

$10.60

Celebration Level

Your gift makes a difference!

$60

Anniversary Level

Help us unlock $60,000 in challenge gifts!

$260

Together Level

Count yourself in for Day of Giving!

$500

Western & Pitt-Xenia Level

Help us honor the history of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary!

$1,000

Pittsburgh Seminary Level

Support a bright future for Pittsburgh Seminary and our students!