All in for K-State postponed to March 2021, Holderness said

A student picks up a textbook required for class. The All In for K-State fundraising campaign will target hidden fees via the textbook initiative. (File photo by Bailey Nobrega | Collegian Media Group)

All in for K-State has been postponed until March 24, 2021, Eric Holderness, associate vice president for development at the KSU Foundation, said.

“With Students and Faculty being asked to work and learn from home, we thought it prudent to postpone until campus has reopened and the day can truly be celebrated together, All In,” Holderness said via email.

The event, originally scheduled for March 25, 2020, will raise funds for Textbooks 2.0.

“This decision was made due to campus closure and the inability to execute both the fundraising and awareness amongst the K-State community,” Holderness said.

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