Finish Strong: A-T Fund Donation Deadline is Today

June 30, 2015
Since 1949, donors to the Alexander-Tharpe Fund have served as the backbone of scholarship support for Georgia Tech student-athletes. Bolstered by the philanthropy of thousands of alumni, friends and fans, the 2015 year has seen incredible successes on and off the field.

From postseason wins to top GPAs, Yellow Jacket student-athletes have risen to the occasion in 2015, and the time is now for the Georgia Tech faithful finish the year strong by showing your unwavering support with a gift to the A-T Annual Fund.

The 2015 giving year deadline of June 30 is today. Your gift solidifies the scholarship opportunities for these Yellow Jackets to continue to receive a world class education while competing for ACC and NCAA championships.

You can give by clicking this link:
You can call 404-894-5390
or 404-894-5414
Alexander-Tharpe Fund
Georgia Tech Athletic Association
150 Bobby Dodd Way NW
Atlanta, GA 30332
Make checks payable to “Alexander-Tharpe Fund”

By making a gift, you directly impact the lives of the young men and women who compete in all 17 of Georgia Tech’s athletic programs, while gaining access to great benefits of the A-T annual fund. In addition, gifts to the A-T Annual Fund earn priority points toward ticket and parking allocations. Unrestricted gifts earn two priority points per $100 given, as well as points for consecutive years of donations.

Thank you to all who play a role in the success of Yellow Jacket student-athletes in their pursuit of academic, competitive and personal success. For complete information on giving to Georgia Tech athletics, please visit or call 404-894-5390.


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