Giving

OSU ASL Program Funds

The American Sign Language Program has been honored with two generous gifts that created the first funds to support our unique and growing program.  Please consider your own philanthropic gift to these funds. Your contribution will help us sustain our mission and enhance the opportunities we can provide to our students, our university, and the local community.  Thank you!

The Lauren Sanders American Sign Language Fund #666287
Endowment fund which provides sustainability and ongoing program support.

The Donna Thomas CUT Fund in American Sign Language #312644
Supports short term operating costs and program initiatives.

Fund founders with instructors

Pictured above: ASL Fund founders and donors Donna and Chuck Thomas (center) with ASL Instructors (left to right): Marcia Woodfill, Tia Jones, Lauren Sanders, Emily LeGros, Trena Shank, and Marla Berkowitz.

Read about the generous founders of these ASL funds in the March 2008 Humanities Express [pdf].

You can make your contribution through a secure, online connection at: Donate. Or you can contact Elizabeth Burns, Development for the the Arts and Sciences: burns.217@osu.edu or 614 292-2197.

⇒Don’t forget to check with your company to see if they have a Matching Gifts program. Corporate matching gifts are a great way to increase the impact of your contribution.

Thank you for your support of the American Sign Language Program!


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