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CAMPUS CAMPAIGN 2014 Ambassador Orientation

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  1. CAMPUS CAMPAIGN 2014 Ambassador Orientation

  2. 2014 Campus Campaign Co-Chairs • Edmund Funai, MD • Chief Operating Officer • OSU Health System • Tricia Hohl • Executive Assistant to the • Vice President & Chief Investment Officer

  3. 2014 Campus-wide Participation Goal 41%

  4. How do we get • there?

  5. Key Dates in FEBRUARY 1-28 Plan your campaign Recruit Ambassadors 1 Ambassador for every 12-15 employees 26 Pledge / gift packet pick-up WexnerMedical Center cost center Ambassadors 25-28 Pledge / gift packet delivery Main and Regional Campuses

  6. Key Dates in MARCH • March 1 – Campaign begins • Make your gift! • It’s easier to ask for a gift and lead people toward a goal when you are already committed. • March 1 – April 30 – Campaign Period • Ambassadors implement the campaign in their units • March 25 – 1st reports available • Weekly E-mails will provide links to reports showing participation by • faculty and staff in their departments or cost centers.

  7. Key Dates in APRIL • April 2 – Progress reports sent to leadership • April 30 – Participation DEADLINE • All gifts/pledges must be received by this date in order to be included in participation totals • April 30 – Recognition award nominations due • Forms will be available on the Campus Campaign website

  8. Key Date in MAY • CELEBRATION Breakfast • Thursday, May 15, 2014 • Fawcett Center Ballrooms • 8:00 – 9:15 a.m. • 2400 Olentangy River Road • All Ambassadors, University and Medical Center leadership are invited to attend

  9. EVENTS • Events are encouraged! • Events should be informational, inspirational and fun. • Events should generate interest, passionin areas of choice and enthusiasm. • Events should be ‘cash-free’.Collecting sealed, personal pledge envelopes is fine.

  10. Gail Vornholt College of Pharmacy

  11. NOTE: • Re: Charging a fee or asking for a “donation” to enter a drawing or purchase food. • Money collected for any of the above will not count toward individual participation and will not be reported in dollar totals. • Re: Employee’s receiving door prizes or other items: • ANY item received by an employee is subject to tax and must be reported to Human Resources.

  12. MAKING A GIFT • Online - campuscampaign.osu.edu or via OneSource • Payroll deduction • Credit Card Gift Form – IF it is turned in, it must be signed! • 1480 West Lane Avenue • ccampaign.osu.edu • 292-3065

  13. WHAT ABOUT PELOTONIA? Karl Koon karl.koon@osumc.edu 293-9523

  14. The Ohio State University Alumni Association - Membership All Graduates are members of the Alumni Association! Life Membership Sustaining Membership Annual gifts of at least $75 to ANY Ohio State fund(s). Eligible for premium benefits - a year’s subscription to the print version of Ohio State Alumni Magazine and eligibility for the annual football ticket lottery. Basic Membership - Graduates who do not make an annual gift of $75 or more - receive affinity products, an online magazine, and other benefits. They will not be eligible to participate in the football ticket lottery.

  15. Questions?

  16. Thank You!