Giving Tuesday on Dec. 3 provides opportunity to help University of Nebraska
Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving when individuals have the power to give back to organizations and communities that are meaningful to them.
#GivingTuesday was founded in 2012 with a goal of inspiring people to support the causes they believe in.
This year, Giving Tuesday is on Dec. 3, 2019, directly following Black Friday and Cyber Monday ― days when many people begin their holiday shopping.
Those who wish to support causes related to the University of Nebraska on Giving Tuesday have ways to make a difference. Here are starting points that may help to locate a rewarding giving option:
University of Nebraska at Kearney
The college-going experience is not always easy, especially for students who may experience a family crisis or some other personal setback. The Student Crisis Scholarship Fund enables UNK to assist students during their difficult times.
University of Nebraska‒Lincoln
The Husker Pantry can use support this season, as nearly one in three students worry about not having enough food until they have enough money to buy more. The First-Generation Nebraska program also seeks support for the range of services and programs it provides to Huskers who are the first in their family to attend college.
University of Nebraska Medical Center
At UNMC, opportunities exist to help one of the UNMC Innovation Funds or the Munroe-Meyer Institute Century of Caring campaign as the institute begins its next 100 years of changing lives.
There are rewarding opportunities to support the state’s No. 1 health care network on Giving Tuesday and throughout the year.
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Food insecurity is becoming more evident on college campuses, and UNO is no exception. The Maverick Food Pantry aims to contribute to UNO’s culture of caring by providing resources to those in immediate need and connecting them with resources for long-term support.
If you’re interest in supporting the university in other ways, explore options at nufoundation.org.
About the generosity of those who support the University of Nebraska, Susan M. Fritz, interim president of the University of Nebraska, said, “Philanthropic support of the university allows it to expand its impact in ways that would otherwise not be possible. We could not be more grateful for their vision, generosity and commitment to our 51,000 students.”
The mission of the University of Nebraska Foundation is to grow relationships and resources that enable the University of Nebraska to change lives and save lives. It celebrates generosity and philanthropic activity on Giving Tuesday and throughout the year.