Across campus, new partners and networks emerged to join the fun and fundraise for their causes on Emory Day of Giving 2021.
Donors rallied to support these initiatives. New causes resonated with new donors, and donations to areas such as urgent student need, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability initiatives significantly impact Emory’s ability to carry out mission-critical work.
Thanks to Emory Day of Giving donors, more student organizations will be able to extend their service to others.
Because of Emory Day of Giving, Phi Delta Epsilon—a student organization rooted in its commitment to fostering an inclusive and competent future physician community—can continue supporting their philanthropic partner, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. According to Cynthia Martucci 22C, her organization is “able to extend our service and support to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta through the gifts raised and the challenges Phi Delta Epsilon won during Emory Day of Giving.”
Emory First-Generation Low Income Partnership (FLIP) saw similar success. Joy Knowles 22C, Director of Advocacy for the student organization, said, “It was very encouraging to see how the broader Emory community supports us; as low income students, we often feel forgotten and overlooked. Emory Day of Giving created a meaningful moment where we saw how current students, faculty, alumni, and more are willing to take actions to help us.”
No matter where you donated on Emory Day of Giving, thank you for showing your support.