While Emory Day of Giving leaderboards, matches, and challenges have ended, you can still support the areas of Emory that matter most to you. By clicking here, your gift will count in final Emory Day of Giving 2021 totals.

Emory seeks to provide opportunities for spiritual and religious life to flourish on campus. Undergraduate and graduate student spiritual organizations enrich the diverse character of the campus community offering opportunities for worship, prayer, meditation, education, service, social justice, and pastoral care. Emory Spiritual and Religious Life nurtures a diverse religious life program that supports particular faith traditions and interfaith engagement, educates about spirituality and ethics in society and the world, and builds bridges of understanding and peace. 

When you make a gift to Emory Spiritual and Religious Life, you are strengthening our community and enhancing spiritual life on campus and in the many communities we serve. 

For Emory Day of Giving, we are highlighting these giving opportunities:

  • Gifts to Center for Religious Life support the design, construction, and programming of the proposed Emory Interfaith Center.
  • Gifts to the Journeys of Reconciliation Endowment fund support an interfaith travel program for students, faculty, and staff to learn about social justice issues in the world.
  • Gifts to the Inter-Religious Council support weekly gatherings of 25 representatives of undergraduate Atlanta-campus spiritual organizations for dialogue and building interfaith leadership.
  • You can also designate your support for University Worship (Christian), Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, or Muslim Life programs.

See what people are sharing about Emory Day of Giving 2021!
Leaderboard
Top Donors Leaderboard
Our schools, units, and causes had many fans at the close of Emory Day of Giving on March 24. Challenge dollars are awarded to the fund with the most donors in our eight winning groups: Athletics–Swimming and Diving, Oxford College–Judge Horace J. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Endowment, Emory College Fund for Excellence, Goizueta Business School Fund for Excellence, Theology School Fund for Excellence, Nursing School Scholarship Fund, Student Organizations–Oxford Class Gift, and Rollins School of Public Health Fund for Excellence.
Rank Prize Schools/Units/Causes Donors
1 $1,500 Athletics 488
2 $1,100 Oxford College 354
3 $950 College of Arts and Sciences 280
4 $750 Goizueta Business School 209
5 $625 Candler School of Theology 202
6 $475 School of Nursing 133
7 $350 Student Organizations 114
8 $250 Rollins School of Public Health 99
9 School of Law 88
10 Sustainability Initiatives 88
11 School of Medicine 76
12 Laney Graduate School 71
13 Arts at Emory 69
14 Spiritual and Religious Life 65
15 Michael C. Carlos Museum 63
16 Center for Ethics 62
17 Parents Fund 59
18 Urgent Student Need 59
19 Campus Life 53
20 Libraries 50
21 Diversity and Inclusion 42
22 Winship Cancer Institute 30
23 COVID-19 Response 25
24 Yerkes National Primate Research Center 23
25 Sororities and Fraternities 23
26 Center for AIDS Research 21
27 Vaccine Center 17
28 Patient Care & Medical Research 16
29 Emory Healthcare 16
30 JScreen 13
31 Global Health Institute 13
32 Brain Health Center 9
33 Veteran Support 5
34 Addiction Alliance of Georgia 5
35 Eye Center 4
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Kick Off Challenge
Let's finish strong! The top three participating groups with the most dollars raised from 9:00–11:00 p.m. EDT on March 24 earned additional funding. Challenge dollars are awarded to the fund with the most dollars raised in the three winning groups: Oxford College-Judge Horace J. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Endowment, Athletics-Volleyball Gifts, and Emory College Fund for Excellence.
Rank Prize SCHOOLS/UNITS/CAUSES Gifts
1 $500 Rollins School of Public Health 46
2 $300 Oxford College 21
3 $200 Parents Fund 3
4 School of Nursing 2
5 College of Arts and Sciences 2
6 Libraries 2
7 Student Organizations 2
8 Arts at Emory 1
9 Candler School of Theology 1
10 Goizueta Business School 1
11 Campus Life 1
12 Diversity and Inclusion 1
13 Athletics 1
14 Sustainability Initiatives 1
15 Addiction Alliance of Georgia 0
16 Brain Health Center 0
17 Center for AIDS Research 0
18 Center for Ethics 0
19 COVID-19 Response 0
20 Emory Healthcare 0
21 Eye Center 0
22 Global Health Institute 0
23 JScreen 0
24 Laney Graduate School 0
25 Michael C. Carlos Museum 0
26 Patient Care & Medical Research 0
27 School of Law 0
28 School of Medicine 0
29 Sororities and Fraternities 0
30 Spiritual and Religious Life 0
31 Urgent Student Need 0
32 Vaccine Center 0
33 Veteran Support 0
34 Winship Cancer Institute 0
35 Yerkes National Primate Research Center 0
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Swoop In and Win
Congratulations to Athletics-Swimming and Diving for winning the $500 during the Swoop In and Win challenge!
Rank SCHOOLS/UNITS/CAUSES Raised
1 Athletics $7,179.00
2 Global Health Institute $1,375.00
3 Urgent Student Need $1,010.00
4 Center for Ethics $525.00
5 Goizueta Business School $305.00
6 Parents Fund $50.00
7 Patient Care & Medical Research $50.00
8 School of Nursing $50.00
9 Sustainability Initiatives $25.00
10 Spiritual and Religious Life $11.00
11 Oxford College $10.00
12 Addiction Alliance of Georgia $0.00
13 Arts at Emory $0.00
14 Brain Health Center $0.00
15 Campus Life $0.00
16 Candler School of Theology $0.00
17 Center for AIDS Research $0.00
18 College of Arts and Sciences $0.00
19 COVID-19 Response $0.00
20 Diversity and Inclusion $0.00
21 Emory Healthcare $0.00
22 Eye Center $0.00
23 JScreen $0.00
24 Laney Graduate School $0.00
25 Libraries $0.00
26 Michael C. Carlos Museum $0.00
27 Rollins School of Public Health $0.00
28 School of Law $0.00
29 School of Medicine $0.00
30 Sororities and Fraternities $0.00
31 Student Organizations $0.00
32 Vaccine Center $0.00
33 Veteran Support $0.00
34 Winship Cancer Institute $0.00
35 Yerkes National Primate Research Center $0.00
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Final Countdown
What a strong finish to Emory Day of Giving! The top three participating groups with the most dollars raised from 9:00–11:00 p.m. EDT on March 24 earned additional funding. Challenge dollars are awarded to: Oxford College–Judge Horace J. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Endowment, Athletics–Volleyball Gifts, and Emory College Fund for Excellence.
Rank Prize SCHOOLS/UNITS/CAUSES Raised
1 $500 Oxford College $11,960.00
2 $300 Athletics $8,460.00
3 $200 College of Arts and Sciences $4,170.00
4 Goizueta Business School $3,776.00
5 Rollins School of Public Health $3,585.00
6 School of Nursing $2,435.00
7 School of Medicine $1,970.00
8 Libraries $1,715.00
9 Student Organizations $1,340.00
10 Candler School of Theology $1,200.00
11 Parents Fund $1,125.00
12 Laney Graduate School $730.00
13 Michael C. Carlos Museum $700.00
14 Sustainability Initiatives $645.00
15 School of Law $615.00
16 Diversity and Inclusion $575.00
17 Urgent Student Need $575.00
18 Center for Ethics $525.00
19 Patient Care & Medical Research $375.00
20 COVID-19 Response $310.00
21 Spiritual and Religious Life $301.85
22 Campus Life $270.00
23 Sororities and Fraternities $190.00
24 Arts at Emory $125.00
25 Vaccine Center $120.00
26 Winship Cancer Institute $100.00
27 Yerkes National Primate Research Center $100.00
28 Addiction Alliance of Georgia $0.00
29 Brain Health Center $0.00
30 Center for AIDS Research $0.00
31 Emory Healthcare $0.00
32 Eye Center $0.00
33 Global Health Institute $0.00
34 JScreen $0.00
35 Veteran Support $0.00
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Most Dollars Leaderboard
The bigger the numbers, the brighter the future. Challenge dollars are awarded to the fund with the most dollars raised in our eight winning groups: Athletics–Swimming and Diving, Oxford College Fund for Excellence, Emory College Fund for Excellence, Goizueta Business School Fund for Excellence, Candler School of Theology Fund for Excellence.
Rank Prize Schools/Units/Causes Raised
1 $1,000 Athletics $122,664.69
2 $750 College of Arts and Sciences $100,807.54
3 $500 Oxford College $72,775.08
4 $300 Goizueta Business School $54,572.42
5 $200 Candler School of Theology $33,045.00
6 School of Nursing $25,610.00
7 Parents Fund $22,465.00
8 School of Law $21,804.34
9 School of Medicine $15,690.00
10 Rollins School of Public Health $14,789.00
11 Center for Ethics $13,433.88
12 Michael C. Carlos Museum $13,333.00
13 Urgent Student Need $10,307.00
14 Laney Graduate School $9,715.00
15 Arts at Emory $6,473.12
16 Campus Life $6,424.00
17 Student Organizations $6,373.00
18 Libraries $6,271.00
19 JScreen $5,032.00
20 Spiritual and Religious Life $4,748.85
21 Sustainability Initiatives $4,619.90
22 Winship Cancer Institute $4,455.00
23 Diversity and Inclusion $4,235.00
24 Yerkes National Primate Research Center $3,055.00
25 Center for AIDS Research $2,450.00
26 Vaccine Center $2,015.69
27 COVID-19 Response $1,965.00
28 Sororities and Fraternities $1,953.00
29 Patient Care & Medical Research $1,885.00
30 Global Health Institute $1,740.00
31 Emory Healthcare $1,705.00
32 Brain Health Center $935.00
33 Veteran Support $775.00
34 Eye Center $300.00
35 Addiction Alliance of Georgia $260.00
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Student Organization Leaderboard
Emory student organizations create a community of lifelong friends, unforgettable memories, and cultivate real-world skills. The top three student organizations with the most gifts raised from midnight - 11:59 p.m. EDT on March 24 earned additional funding.
Rank Prize Student Orgs Gifts
1 $250 Oxford Class Gift 39
2 $150 Phi Delta Epsilon 23
3 $100 Emory FLIP 13
4 Volunteer Emory 11
5 Voices of Inner Strength 7
6 Women in STEM 6
7 Women in Business 3
8 SHINE 3
9 Rollins Environmental Health Coalition (REHAC) 2
10 WMRE Emory Radio 2
11 Vietnamese Student Association 2
12 Consult Your Community 1
13 Active Minds 1
14 Emory Climate Analysis and Solution 1
15 Men's Ultimate Frisbee 1
16 Donate Life 0
17 American Medical Women's Association 0
18 Operation Smile 0
19 Emory Bike Social 0
20 Emory Volunteer Medical Interpretation Services 0
21 MD/PhD Student Association 0
22 Men's Club Soccer 0
23 She's The First 0
24 SORT: Student Outbreak Response Team 0
Ended
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Toast Away Wonderful Wednesday
In 1982, Emory set the world record for the largest non-alcoholic toast. Together we toasted and raised support for schools, units, and causes at Emory. Thanks to anonymous donors 74C and 97C, the top five participating groups with the most gifts raised from 4:00–6:00 p.m. EDT on March 24 earned additional funding. Challenge dollars were awarded to the following funds: Oxford College–Judge Horace J. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Endowment ($600), Athletics–Swimming and Diving ($500), Sustainability Initiatives Fund ($400), Emory College Scholarships ($300), and Theology School Fund for Excellence ($200).
Rank SCHOOLS/UNITS/CAUSES Gifts
1 Oxford College 49
2 Athletics 35
3 Sustainability Initiatives 19
4 College of Arts and Sciences 16
5 Candler School of Theology 14
6 Goizueta Business School 11
7 Rollins School of Public Health 10
8 Student Organizations 7
9 Michael C. Carlos Museum 6
10 Urgent Student Need 5
11 School of Law 5
12 Diversity and Inclusion 5
13 Parents Fund 4
14 Arts at Emory 4
15 Campus Life 4
16 Spiritual and Religious Life 4
17 Libraries 3
18 Laney Graduate School 3
19 Center for AIDS Research 3
20 Yerkes National Primate Research Center 3
21 School of Medicine 2
22 School of Nursing 2
23 Center for Ethics 2
24 Winship Cancer Institute 2
25 Sororities and Fraternities 1
26 JScreen 1
27 Vaccine Center 1
28 COVID-19 Response 1
29 Addiction Alliance of Georgia 0
30 Brain Health Center 0
31 Emory Healthcare 0
32 Eye Center 0
33 Global Health Institute 0
34 Patient Care & Medical Research 0
35 Veteran Support 0
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