All in

A generous anonymous couple from the classes of ’72 and ’73 offered half a million dollars as a challenge and asked: Could 4,000 Broncos give a little something on March 18, the Day of Giving?

All in
Taylor Berry, Morgan , and Emily Wolph at the 2015 Day of Giving / Photo by Charles Barry

This spring, 4,855 people made history: alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents, children, friends, and fans. Call it overwhelming generosity. Call it #allinforSCU, to coin a hashtag. A generous anonymous couple from the classes of ’72 and ’73 offered half a million dollars as a challenge and asked: Could 4,000 Broncos give a little something on March 18, the Day of Giving? You came through in flying colors, with the most gifts SCU has ever received in one day—from a buck to many thousands, for a grand total of more than $1.2 million. It was a great day to be a Bronco. Among those all in: first-year hoopsters Taylor Berry, Morgan McGwire, and Emily Wolph.

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