Division of Institutional Advancement

Coppin Family Campaign

"the Coppin Family campaign" logo in navy blue and light blue

Coppin faculty and staff already give so much back to the Coppin community—in addition to regular work responsibilities. We truly are a family. The Coppin Family Campaign is another opportunity to give back to our beloved Coppin State University and our students, as well as ensure the financial stability of our institution. The Coppin Family Campaign is the campus' annual faculty and staff fundraising campaign.

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Since 2007, gifts to the University from current faculty and staff have totaled over $300,000. This campaign challenges each of us to consider our personal support for Coppin, our students, and the ways we can make a difference above and beyond our daily work. Regardless of the amount, a gift of any size makes a difference. Your participation is what counts! Together, our combined contributions have a positive impact on students who count on financial support to earn their degrees.  

Thank you for all you do for Coppin, and thank you for your continued support! 

How to share your financial gift

Your support makes an immediate impact in our ability to help students achieve the dream of earning a college degree. There are several ways to give:

Payroll Deduction

Payroll deduction is when you schedule regular financial contributions from your work pay. You can set up, continue, or modify a current deduction through the USM Give webpage. Contributions get deducted from your pay period, then the funds distribute to the Coppin State University Development Foundation (CSUDF) each month. Need help setting up or modifying a deduction? Check out this Payroll Deduction Tutorial

Give through payroll deduction

Check

You can also send your financial gift by check. Make your check out to the Coppin State University Development Foundation (CSUDF) and send to:

Division of Institutional Advancement
Miles Connor Administration Building, 3rd Floor
2500 W. North Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 21216

Credit Card

Sending in your financial gift has never been easier! You can now pay online with your credit card.

Give with credit card

Frequently Asked Questions

We know that our faculty and staff colleagues are already working to fulfill our legacy and create an exceptional collegiate experience for our students. So why should you give more than you already do? Because when we invest in our Coppin community, we set the bar for others to invest in us.

Giving starts with us. Give for the same reasons you give to houses of worship and nonprofits—because you believe in their missions. You are a valued member of the Coppin community, and the work you do everyday contributes to our mission and vision for the future.

Coppin has fulfilled an important need in the community for over 117 years and requires sustained support from people who believe in our mission—people like you. When we as faculty and staff make a gift, it strengthens the case for outside funders to support the University. It's hard to ask the community to support us if we don’t invest in ourselves.

You are not required to donate money to any University campaign. Any amount you choose to donate is entirely up to you, your charitable interests, your willingness and ability to give. There is no gift too small. Every employee and every cent count towards our goal.

How Coppin uses your gift is entirely up to you! The Annual Fund is the most popular destination for donations, but there are many other options for where your money can go

Donors receive gift receipts for check and credit card donations. For donors who give by way of payroll deduction, an annual tax statement will be sent in January of the year following the deductions. All employee contributions are tax deductible.

If at any time you would like to get an accounting of your total contribution, please visit the payroll deduction portal. Having trouble logging in? Reach out to Institutional Advancement at x3800—we're happy to help!

Meet the Coppin Family Campaign Captains

Brown skin woman with long wavy black hair wearing a navy blue blazer with a white and black striped blouse while standing in front of a red-ish brick wall

Keyona

Brown skin man wearing a blue police officer's uniform smiling and standing in front of a red-ish brick wall

Lawrence

Brown skin woman with short gray and black hair wearing pearls with a black sweater trimmed in green and white with a black and white polka dot blouse while standing in front of a red-ish brick wall

Cheryl

Brown skin woman with shoulder-length dark hair wearing glasses, stud earrings and a high neck blue patterned blouse while standing in front a red-ish brick wall

Daphine

Brown skin woman with long black and silver hair smiles and is wearing earrings and a green and white patterned blouse with a black sweater while smiling and standing in front of a red-ish brick wall

Consuella

Brown skin woman with short black curly hair wears glasses with a necklace, neon green button-up blouse and maroon sweater stands in front of a red-ish brick wall

Lori

Brown skin woman with short curly dark hair smiles while wearing stud earrings, a white and black necklace, red blouse and black blazer while standing in front of a red-ish brick wall

Renee

Brown skin woman with hair in long light brown twists wearing hoop earrings, black necklace, and pink ribbed sweater smiling in front of a red-ish brick wall.

Jennifer

Brown skin woman wearing a black scoop neck top with long silver necklace standing with right shoulder while smiling and standing in front of a red-ish brick wall

Wanda

Smiling brown skin woman wearing glasses, hoop earrings, silver necklace, red sweater with red and blue patterned blouse stands in front of a red-ish brick wall

Yvonne

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Annual Fund Manager

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