Below you will find answers to many common questions about Commit to Witt 2020.
What is Commit To Witt day?
This is Wittenberg's seventh annual Commit To Witt. Our goal each year is for the Wittenberg community to come together for 24 hours of giving in order to make an immediate impact on current and future Tigers.
Can anyone participate in Commit To Witt Day?
Absolutely. Support from the entire Wittenberg community is what makes our university a remarkable place!
What is an Ambassador?
Ambassadors are Wittenberg's digital leaders who share messages and create excitement about Commit To Witt before and during the day. With an investment of a few minutes, Ambassadors help spread awareness—asking their network to participate in Commit To Witt using their preferred forms of communication: social media, email, text, and phone.
Can I make a gift before Commit To Witt Day and have it count?
If you are unable to support Commit To Witt Day on March 11 but still want to participate, please call 937-327-7430 or visit our giving page: http://giving.wittenberg.edu/commit
Is my gift tax deductible?
Yes! Your gift is tax deductible to the fullest extent under IRS guidelines. You may deduct the amount you contributed, less the fair market value of any goods or services you received.
Are employer matching gifts accepted?
Yes, but due to processing restrictions, matching gifts may not be counted in the overall dollar total for Commit to Witt.
Matching gifts from the company or organization you work for double the impact of your gift. Check to see if your employer might match your gift.
Can my donation be anonymous?
Yes, you can make your gift anonymously by simply selecting the box on the giving form.
What if I prefer to mail a check?
That's okay! You can send a check to:
The Wittenberg Fund, Commit to Witt
Post Office Box 720
Springfield, OH 45501-0720