CANS Around the Oval 2020

Let’s do what we CAN to relieve food insecurity for fellow Rams and our local Northern Colorado neighbors this fall.  Join us September 16 through Friday, October 16, 2020, to creatively and collaboratively “CANtribute” to this 34-year-old tradition. C.A.N.S. Around the Oval is geared toward raising awareness about food insecurity and collecting donations for the Food Bank for Larimer County.  The food bank not only serves the county at-large but our local campus community via the Rams Against Hunger program.  

In the “Credit My Donation to This Team” section of the donation form, select “College of Business” or the College of Business Department/Student Club you are belong to.

For every $1 donated, 2 meals go to a family in need

Help the College of Business contribute the most donations for the 14th year in a row! Let the Competition Begin!

College of Business Departments and Student Clubs compete to raise the most donations for CANS. The Department and Student Club that raise the most will receive a prize from Dean Walker. The Accounting Department and Finance Club raised the most in 2018 and 2019.

College of Business Department Competition

To credit your department with donations, In the “Credit My Donation to This Team” section of the donation form, select your Department. 1st place will receive an increase in their 2021 department budget.

College of Business Student Club Competition

1st place will receive $250 from Dean Walker.

Registered Student Clubs: Register for CANS at ramlink.campuslabs.com/engage

Non-Registered Student Clubs: Donate to CSU.BZ/CANS and credit your donation to the “Dean’s Student Leadership Council – CSU College of Business” and comment the name of your club.

The Accounting Department and Finance Club Raised the Most in 2018 and 2019.

Downloadable Resources for Fundraising:

Published by dslccollegeofbusiness

The Dean's Student Leadership Council is a group of undergraduate CSU College of Business (COB) student leaders who serve as the voice of their peers. Their purpose is to empower COB students to have a say in determining their academic, social, and professional opportunities in the College of Business.

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