Armstrong Alumni Association
Opportunities to Give Back
Armstrong is always looking for ways to make it easy for you to give. Here are several ways you can make a difference at Armstrong while just doing what you normally do! Check out all the options and consider joining one or all of them!
Savannah Morning News Give Back Bucks
The Savannah Morning News/ savannahnow.com has created a simple program that gives Armstrong and others an opportunity to earn advertising credit from the Savannah Morning News! More than $2 million total is available through this great new program that puts you in charge. If you are a subscriber, you will receive a $100 voucher to use on advertising with the Savannah Morning News, or you can assign your $100 to Armstrong.
Help Armstrong students and the community by designating Armstrong as your non-profit charity! When you see our ads in your news, you'll know that you helped make that happen.
Not a subscriber? No problem! Use this program to receive incredible discounts and still designate Armstrong as your charity of choice.
Kroger Community Rewards
This year, Armstrong has joined Kroger's Community Rewards program. Kroger is committed to helping our communities grow and prosper. Year after year, local schools, churches and other nonprofit organizations will earn millions of dollars through Kroger Community Rewards. All you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card!
Go to our Kroger Community Rewards page to learn how to set up your Kroger card!
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. You can choose from nearly one million organizations to support.
Learn how to set up AmazonSmile on your Amazon account on our AmazonSmile page!
Career Services Clothing Closet
The Clothing Closet started back in 2012 with just a single suit from Armstrong President Dr. Linda Bleicken.
“Dr. Bleicken had professional clothing she wished to donate from her very own closet, and she thought that Armstrong students could benefit from the clothes,” explained Lyon.
At that moment, the Clothing Closet was born, and Career Services began soliciting donations. In just a year, the event has grown significantly, in large part due to the commitment of generous donors. Deja Bleu consignment, David’s Dry Cleaners, residents of the Landings, local law firms, individual donors from the community, and Armstrong alumni, faculty and staff came together to provide more than 1,300 pieces of clothing and accessories.
Bring your gently used clothes to the Alumni office or the Career Services office any time.