Join us today for #GivingTuesday

Dear friend of the Alliant Educational Foundation,

On today’s special “Giving Tuesday,”, please join us in making a gift to help support the mental health of underserved children and youth.

This program is underwritten in part by Margie Somers, a very special donor to the Foundation, who has generously offered to match dollar-for-dollar all donations made on Giving Tuesday up to a total of $10,000! So your gift of any size—whether $50 or $500—will be doubled if you choose to donate today.

As you may know, the Foundation’s mission is to build bridges between Alliant International University, other institutions, and under-resourced communities to help create a more equitable and just society.

One of our most important programs does just this—identifying youth-serving non-profit organizations that need help to address and support mental health for their underserved children, youth, and families.

By building bridges to these organizations, we’re able to create new CSPP practicum sites where graduate students in clinical psychology can help assess, diagnose, and treat their needs. And since many of these sites can’t afford psychologists on staff, the Foundation recruits and pays for the clinical supervision each CSPP student requires.

Please join us today—for one day only where your contribution will be matched dollar for dollar—to help support this important program!

We’re fortunate to have some wonderful supporters of this program, but we’d like you to meet just one—Dr. David Stewart, the Dean of the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University…

Consider making a gift today to help support the mental health of one of our most vulnerable populations—underserved children and youth—and know that your gift is making a real impact.

But don’t delay…the opportunity to double your gift in partnership with Margie’s matching “Giving Tuesday” challenge will end at midnight tonight.

Thank you for your kindness and consideration.

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