When junior journalism major Sarah Dumas got involved in the Mizzou Student Foundation her freshman year, she thought she was signing up for a few opportunities to visit the chancellor’s residence and attend high-profile dinners. Three years later, MSF has become an integral part of her college experience. “This organization is filled with leaders who have shaped me immensely,” she says. “I’ve learned professional skills and how to connect with people outside of my college bubble. I’ve learned how critical it is to give back to our university.”
Dumas is now MSF president — her way of giving back to Mizzou — and she recognizes the importance of donor support.
“Without donations, we would be closed within months,” she says. “With the love and pride we have for this university, it only makes sense to give back so it can continue to impact students.”
Sarah is proud to support #MizzouGivingDay.
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