Missouri State's crowdfunding platform, IMPACT, allows Bears to band together and make a direct impact on the causes that matter most to them. Current students, faculty and staff are invited to use IMPACT to fund initiatives and programs.
IMPACT enables students, faculty and staff to raise funds in support of the Bear community. Projects in the past have been used to create critical hands-on learning opportunities, purchase state-of-the-art classroom equipment, support clinical assignments in rural and under-served areas, fund travel to competitions abroad and so much more.
Gifts through crowdfunding are tax deductible and donors will receive a tax receipt upon making their gift.
Why use IMPACT?
Fundraising through IMPACT directly benefits Missouri State programs and organizations. Your gift is counted as a tax-deductible donation through the Missouri State University Foundation, a 501 (c) (3), not-for-profit corporation.
Every gift made is directed into the program, college or organization and immediately accessible by them.
How do I participate?
Make a gift in support of the program by selecting the project you’d like to support and choose the amount you’d like to give. Complete the giving form and then spread the word. By sharing, you help the project gain momentum and have a larger impact.
If you are a student, faculty or staff and would like to create a project, please submit your application.
How do I support programs not listed?
If you would like to support a program without a current crowdfunding campaign, visit the Give Now website and select the program or organization you would like to support or fill in your designation.
Alumni who make a qualifying gift of $50 or more are eligible for VIB (Very Important Bear) benefits.
What are other ways I can make my gift?
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Cash or check payable to MSU Foundation with fund name in the memo line mailed to 300 S Jefferson Ave Springfield, MO 65806
Any other question, reach out to SupportMSU@MissouriState.edu.