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Celebrate Day of Philanthropy, Get a Free LVC Magnet
11.08.13 |
Lebanon Valley College is celebrating National Philanthropy Day on Nov. 14 with an opportunity for students, alumni, and friends of the College to receive a free “I <3 LVC” car magnet. LVC’s Day of Philanthropy joins its community together to show support for the Valley. Last year, more than 125 Dutchmen demonstrated their LVC pride with a gift, setting a new one day giving record!

Here’s how you can participate in LVC’s Day of Philanthropy:

1. Celebrate the generosity of the LVC community: Make a gift at on Thursday, November 14 to recognize this special day and help us set a new record! The first 250 supporters who make a gift of $25* or more will receive an “I <3 LVC” car magnet.

2. Strengthen the LVC Global Network: Sign up for volunteer and event opportunities at

3. Spread the word: Visit Lebanon Valley College on Facebook or Instagram to see how your campus is celebrating and post a message or picture encouraging your fellow Dutchmen to participate.

*Note: If you receive a magnet, $2 of your gift is not tax deductible. One magnet per gift.

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