Valparaiso University president pledges 5 percent of salary to poverty

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Valparaiso University president Mark A. Heckler has pledged 5 percent of his personal income as part of a national effort to serve the public good, to inspire greater giving and resolve, 1 mg. instant shipping, buy deltasone prednisone . generic wellbutrin images check lexapro cost comparison employer was broken by the  and to spark action that alleviates global poverty.

Heckler is joining 27 other current and former college and university presidents in the Presidents’ Pledge Against atarax 10mg, atarax online, atarax price, atarax 10mg tablets, hydroxyzine 25, buy hydroxyzine online, buy cheap hydroxyzine. Global Poverty, an initiative of higher education leaders who will serve as leaders in the fight against extreme global poverty. These leaders will annually pledge 5 percent or more of their personal income to organizations that address the causes or effects of poverty in their communities and in countries across the globe.

Heckler said as a first-generation college student from a family of limited means he learned from his parents the example order online at usa pharmacy! prednisone generic name brand name. free delivery, can you online. of giving to those who had even fewer resources than they did. 

“I have made this pledge, not for public online, ethinyl estradiol levonorgestrel generic names, patch estradiol acne control men estradiol 60 estradiol levels uk generic form of cream. recognition, but in thanks for God’s abundant mercy and the desire to express that gratitude in ways that will feed the hungry in my local community and in other parts of the world,” Heckler said. “By making this pledge, I hope that other leaders will be challenged to do the same.”

Ann M. Svennungsen, past president of Texas Lutheran University and The Fund for Theological Education, started the Presidents’ Pledge initiative in 2010 in conversation with higher-education colleagues. The project received program development funds from a private donor and a special grant from The Henry Luce Foundation.

For more information about the Presidents’ Pledge Against Global Poverty, visit .
For more information about Valparaiso University, visit .

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