WVU to host first Day of Giving

On Nov. 8, West Virginia University will hold its first Day of Giving, a 24-hour online fundraising effort to support the University’s greatest priorities and opportunities, as well as those of the College of Education and Human Services. 

Year after year, generous support from alumni and friends like you makes a difference in the lives of our students. The Day of Giving is an easy way to help WVU as we wrap up the “State of Minds” comprehensive campaign and celebrate the University’s 150th anniversary. Through matches and challenges, your donation could have double the impact and directly benefits various initiatives at CEHS, including student financial aid, technology upgrades and faculty research.

“I’ve seen firsthand the negative impact of poverty. I’m grateful for the opportunities CEHS has provided me on my journey to be an educator. I really believe education is something that no one can ever take away, and that it can get one out of almost anything and anywhere.”   

-John Sprouse, WVU College of Education and Human Services Master of Arts in Certification program student. 

As we look forward to the next 150 years, our future is full of possibility, but we need your help. Regardless of the amount of your gift, the gesture of giving shows your fondness and support for the WVU experience.  

Plan to help us launch our first-ever Day of Giving, and stay tuned for details about how to make your gift go further when you take advantage of opportunities to double, or even triple, your gift. To learn more and to make your gift to CEHS online Nov. 8, visit https://dayofgiving.wvu.edu/giving-day/3614/department/3620

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