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Alyson McGee

Alyson McGee

"Deciding to give to UGA is a decision of which I'm proud," said McGee. "I received an excellent eduation at UGA and it is difficult for me to justify not giving." As a student, Alyson took full advantage of many parts of the UGA experience including studying abroad in Italy, being a member of H.E.R.O. and Alpha Chi Omega, and serving as an Athens-Clarke County mentor. She realizes that giving is a special commitment for recent graduates, but looks at the question with clear perspective: "Times are tough, but times are tough for your University too." By giving back to UGA through the Georgia Fund, Alyson is making sure she's a part of the investment that she and other alumni make in UGA students each day.


Alyson McGee
Franklin College '08
Georgia Fund donor


 


Reuben Rentas

Reuben Rentas


Reuben was one of the first of his family members to graduate from college. Reuben said that being a first generation graduate "definitely makes me want to talk to others out there who don't have a lot of college grads in their families." Because of his special position in his family, having his name permanently engraved on the Senior Signature plaque was, in a way, priceless. Even so, Reuben considered his participation in Senior Signature to be a great deal "definitely consider what you're getting for the dollar value. Above what you're getting back, it's a great way to give back."

Reuben Rentas
Terry College '09
Senior Signature donor


 


 

Holly Stiles

Holly Stiles


"Years down the road when I bring my family to football games, I want to be able to show them their mommy's name on the wall." Holly said. As an alumna of the Grady College, Holly knows she wants her giving to make an impact for the college that prepared her for success. As a donor, Holly understands the importance of making a habit of giving, even after you graduate. "Just like buying a new pair of running shoes every year, it's important to donate money to the institutions and organizations that mean a lot to you each year."

Holly Stiles
Grady College '09
Senior Signature donor

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