The TCU Flying T Club has officially launched a new Pledge Per Fundraising Initiative in alignment with the TCU Baseball season entering the post-season. TCU fans can make donations based on total runs scored or games won while also gaining access to exclusive Flying T Club Membership Opportunities.
All money raised will support all TCU athletes through the efforts of The Flying T Club. The organization provides TCU athletes enhanced opportunities to generate income based on their NIL rights. They also support important causes and programs in and around the Ft. Worth area.
The initiative kicked off this past weekend and was incredibly successful, raising almost $5,000, as TCU achieved a sweep against the Baylor Bears in a three-game series this past weekend. This victory boosts their overall record to 30-21 for the year, securing them the fifth position in the Big 12 with an 11-10 conference record.
"Our partnership with Pledge Per has allowed us to include and reach more new donors supporting the mission of the Flying T Club. For us, it's all about growing our base, and Pledge Per is a big part of our strategy. Our launch during the TCU Baseball season gave donors the opportunity to donate for every win, and run scored has been well-received - it's a Win-Win for us. We are looking forward to many future campaigns centered around our sports at TCU." said John Denton, Executive Director TCU Flying T Club, NIL Collective.
Garrett Broom, CUE Business Development Fundraising, expressed his excitement about partnering with the Flying T Club, stating, "They are a great organization doing remarkable work. They effectively promoted the program before the weekend and saw the results in return."
In addition to the exciting developments surrounding the TCU Flying T Club's Pledge Per Fundraising Initiative, this collaboration also represents the first active customer of our newest Pledge Per Fundraising Platform. This cutting-edge platform offers a fresh and enhanced user experience, providing our partners a new look and additional features.
Tonight, the Horned Frogs will host their final home game against Texas State, culminating their regular season on May 23 against Kansas State.
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