One Ball State Day wins two CASE Circle of Excellence awards

<p>One Ball State Day buttons sit on a table April 6, 2021, in the Letterman Building lobby. In addition to donations, there were challenges for donations during certain periods of time and for the amount raised in competition with other organizations. <strong>Jacob Musselman, DN</strong></p>

One Ball State Day buttons sit on a table April 6, 2021, in the Letterman Building lobby. In addition to donations, there were challenges for donations during certain periods of time and for the amount raised in competition with other organizations. Jacob Musselman, DN

One Ball State Day, the university's 24-hour online fundraising event, was recognized with marketing and fundraising awards by the Council for Advancement and Support for Excellence (CASE) for its work in 2020.

According to a June 22 university press release, the CASE awards acknowledge accomplishments with a lasting impact, demonstrate high levels of professionalism and deliver exceptional results in academics.

One Ball State Day won a Gold award in "Campaign: Marketing — Fundraising" and a Silver award in "Fundraising Flash Campaigns."

The 2020 One Ball State Day saw more than 6,300 gifts and nearly $534,000, with gifts received from all 50 states and five different countries. In 2021, the event received more than 10,000 gifts totaling more than $900,000.

In its three years, One Ball State Day has raised more than $1.7 million for the university, and won 11 regional and national CASE awards.

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