Thank you to all our donors for helping bring new assistive technologies for teacher education to the SEAT Center!

Assistive technologies for teacher education

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$8,598
143%
Raised toward our $6,000 Goal
59 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on March 14, at 12:00 AM CDT
Project Owners

Help SED unlock another $1,000!

February 21, 2020

Good Afternoon,

 

Daniel Ackley ‘95, Founder/CEO of the Sensory Research Foundation, just announced that he will donate $1,000 if we can get 20 additional donations. Check out our project page to see what your donation has helped us purchase and to see what we'll get with Daniel's generous gift.

 

Will you share this campaign with your friends, family and fellow alumni to unlock even more money for AT? Send them a quick email linking them to the project page. Or follow the Department of Special Education on Facebook and share one of our recent posts about the campaign.

 

Thank you for your donation and help spreading the word about this great cause.

 

The Department of Special Education

Illinois State University

Thank you for your donation for AT!

February 04, 2020
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$50

Access Level

Donors who contribute $50 or more will be sent a postcard with a thank you message in Braille and a link to a video of students signing thank you.

$100

Maintenance Level

Donors who contribute $100 or more will be sent a personalized card written by a student in Braille or a video from students signing a personalized thank you message in ASL.

$250

Repair Level

Donors who contribute $250 or more will be thanked publicly in an upcoming promotional video about the new technology.

$500

Purchase Level

Donors who contribute $500 or more will have their name placed on an AT device purchased.

$1,000

Transformation Level

Donors who contribute $1000 or more will have their names displayed on a sign in the Special Education Assistive Technology (SEAT) Center.