Thanks to the  Miami Marlins Community Foundation, more talented students will be able to attend the School of Communication.

The Foundation recently presented the school with a $5,000 check for the Suzanne Rayson Scholarship Fund for student scholarships during UM Family Weekend with the Miami Marlins, April 27-29, 2013.

The Suzanne Rayson Scholarship Fund benefits students studying Broadcast Journalism who have shown an interest in sports broadcasting. Rayson, who served as the Marlins director of broadcasting from 2002 to 2008, died after a battle with cancer.

The Miami Marlins Community Foundation also made generous donations to UM’s School of  Education and Human Development and UM Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence during Family Weekend. The foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of youth through education, the arts and baseball, with a special focus on children with special needs.

Join the Miami Marlins in helping deserving individuals pursue a brighter future through higher education at the University of Miami, make a gift today by clicking here.

This year, UM alumni can make a difference in the lives of current University of Miami School of Communication students by participating in The GOLDstein Family Challenge.

The Goldsteins, a family of dedicated ‘Canes, are challenging young UM alumni to make a donation — in any amount — to the University of Miami by May 31, 2013. If this goal is met, the Goldsteins will make a $25,000 contribution to need-based student scholarships.

If young alumni donations to the School of Communication increase by 25% from last year, an anonymous donor has pledged to give an additional $20,000 to go toward SoC student internships!

Help us reach these goals. Make your contribution today by clicking here.