Liza Angelicchio Memorial Scholarship Fund

$5,410
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Project ends on November 23, at 10:00 PM EST
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Liza Angelicchio Memorial Scholarship Fund

Support the Liza Angelicchio Memorial Scholarship Fund

A few years ago, the Chi Omega chapter was faced with the challenging situation of having a sister who was diagnosed with cancer. Her name is Liza Angellichio.  She was our own little wish child and her wish was to find a bone marrow donor.  The chapter hosted several events to promote “Be the Match” operated by the National Marrow Donor Program and the entire Greek community promoted #LizaStrong. If you have not already, we encourage you to watch the video above to learn more about Liza's story. 

In 2013, Liza received a bone-marrow transplant. Despite some improvements, she suffered several setbacks, including an extremely rare complication from the bone marrow transplant, and she lost her battle earlier this year. 

To honor Liza's life and her love for everything Morehead State, her love for Chi Omega and her love for the Greek community, the Morehead Area Chi Omega Alumni Chapter has started a scholarship in Liza's memory. This scholarship will be awarded to a current MSU student, with preference given to females who have demonstrated leadership on campus. 

Please consider a gift to support this project in Liza's memory. All gifts are fully tax-deductible as provided by law.  It is our hope to award the first scholarship in the Fall of 2017 and share Liza's legacy with others. 

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$25

Cardinal & Straw

Your gift will pave the way and allow us to award the first Liza Angelicchio Memorial Scholarship in Fall 2017.

$50

Helping Hands

One by one, each gift will add up to create a foundation for the Liza Angelicchio Memorial Scholarship Fund.

$75

Sisters on Purpose

Your gift will allow us to change a life and share the legacy of a special sister.

$100

A Wish Come True

Your generous commitment in Liza's memory will truly make a difference in the lives of students for years to come.