End Note

Make this bold vision a reality

by Mike Moyer and Angela Hayes


Mike Moyer and Angela Hayes

Staying connected to and involved with Virginia Tech makes the university—and our bonds as Hokies—stronger.

That’s why your engagement is such a crucial part of Boundless Impact: The Campaign for Virginia Tech.

This comprehensive campaign is the university’s fourth, but it’s the first with an engagement goal. We are connecting with more Hokies than ever before, and our goal is to continue growing that number—expanding from 40,000 engaged alumni and friends to more than 100,000 over the course of the campaign.

There are ways for all Hokies to remain active in the life of the university.

When you volunteer, come to an event, or make a gift, you are making a difference. You are making our community stronger and the campus experience more relevant for current and future Hokies.

Give back by mentoring an undergraduate student. Shape the university’s future by serving on a board. Help Hokies reconnect by pitching in as a reunion volunteer, or share your enthusiasm as a Giving Day ambassador.

Stay connected to Hokies and our campus by attending events. Expand your professional community by attending a networking event. Rekindle friendships at a reunion, or meet Hokies in your neighborhood at a chapter event. Purchase season tickets to the Moss Arts Center, men’s or women’s basketball, or football.

Being a Hokie is a part of who you are—and Hokies help the causes that matter most to them. With your help, we will move Virginia Tech forward.

We are poised to become an even greater force for positive change in the world. With an active network of alumni, we can seize this moment.

Join us to make this bold vision a reality.

Mike Moyer, the associate vice president of development for colleges, and Angela Hayes, the chief of staff for the vice president of advancement, are leading the Boundless Impact campaign.


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