Campaign raises $16,653 to support Roadrunners in need, with record 669 pairs of socks to be donated to students.
November 9, 2021
The Metropolitan State University of Denver University Advancement team is thrilled to report that the 2021 Socktober giving event exceeded all goals, making it the most successful Socktober ever.
This year, 319 donors helped raise $16,653 for the Student Emergency Fund, DREAMer Emergency Fund and Roadrunner Food Pantry. Additionally, a record 669 pairs of socks will be donated to students in need. Because of the generosity of our Roadrunner community, MSU Denver students will have the support they need to succeed during difficult times.
A big thank-you goes out to our Socktober donors – you will keep hearts and toes warm all winter long. And you’ve provided vulnerable Roadrunners with access to the resources they need to continue to pursue their dream of earning a degree.
For more information about Socktober, contact Bre Milnes, senior director of Advancement Communications and Annual Giving.
Check out other Roadrunner Pride gifts and opportunities here.
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