Luther College celebrates the success of One Team Giving Day

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November 9, 2022

President Ward and the student-athletes have fun dressing up during a team day.

Luther Societyllege hosted its third annual One Team Giving Day on Thursday, November 3. The campaign raised more than $310,000 from 1,189 donors to support student-athletes, surpassing the college’s goal of $300,000.

“We were absolutely blown away by the amount of support we received on One Team Day,” said Renae Hartl, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. “We want to thank everyone who shows up for our student-athletes that day and throughout the year.”

Funds raised on Team Day support Luther student-athletes as they continue to uphold the Nordic traditions established by Luther’s decades of excellence in athletics. Monetary donations allow coaches to create competitive schedules, purchase new gear and equipment, and maintain top-notch facilities. Donors had the option to donate directly to individual sports programs or to all student-athletes as “one team”.

One Team Giving Day followed Luther Fund Giving Day 2022 March 10, whin addition $1.1 million was raised to support scholarships and financial aid, field study trips, music tours, student organizations, community volunteer opportunities, government ministries, colleges, residence hall improvements, campus landscaping, building maintenance, intramural sports, student/teacher research and more. The eighth annual Luther Fund Giving Day will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2023.

Luther College, an NCAA Division III athletics program, is a member of the American Rivers Conference (ARC) located in Decorah, Iowa.

About Luther College

Luther College is home to approximately 1,800 undergraduate students who explore big questions and take action to benefit people, communities and society. Our academic programs, experiential approach to learning, and welcoming community inspire students to learn actively, live purposefully, and lead courageously for a life of impact. Learn more about luther.edu.

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