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Georgia Tech A-T FUND SMASHES SINGLE-YEAR GIVING RECORD
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Georgia Tech A-T FUND SMASHES SINGLE-YEAR GIVING RECORD
The $53.5 million raised from July 2018-June 2019 far exceeded the A-T Fund’s previous single-year record of $46 million, set in FY 2000. Single-year giving to the A-T Fund hadn’t surpassed $30 million since 2009.

Giving for facilities, spurred by Athletics Initiative 2020, accounted for $32.3 million of the $53.5 million raised, while gifts for current operations topped $15 million and commitments to endowed scholarships neared $6 million. Even if the $32.3 million raised for facilities weren’t included in the tally, the remaining $21.2 million raised in FY 2019 would rank as the 12th-most successful year in A-T Fund history.

AI 2020 has exceeded $90 million towards its goal of raising $125 million by Dec. 31, 2020.

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08-24-2019 05:11 PM
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