Emory Day of Giving coming soon, March 22-23, 2023!
Emory Global Giving

Emory is committed to expanding its impact around the world. If you live outside of the United States, you can help advance the University’s mission to bring the benefits of research, teaching, and service worldwide. Emory alumni, parents, and friends can engage through programs, events, networking channels, giving opportunities, and more. No matter how near or far you are from campus, you’ll always be home at Emory.

Emory alumni and parents represent more than 172 countries around the globe. The International Advancement and Engagement team is committed to serving international alumni, parents, and friends as they invest in Emory.

Global Student Travel Support supports domestic student who may not have passports or the financial means to study abroad or participate in a global experiential learning.

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) – Serving Emory’s global community, ISSS is a comprehensive resource for Emory’s diverse international community.  ISSS supports students and visiting scholars with advocacy, collaboration, education and immigration series.   

The health and safety of Emory students is a top priority. Gifts to the Student Well Being Fund empower students to prioritize their mental, physical, and social health. Your gift can help students with food insecurity to assist furthering accessibility access for students with disabilities.

Your gift to the Student Experience Fund supports community-building and class-year traditions that deepen student and alumni engagement on campus. Supporting student experiences within Campus Life will increase Emory retention rates, graduation rates, student satisfaction, and alumni engagement by building a stronger sense of community and belonging among students.

Large Alumni Networks Leaderboard
Our largest alumni networks and affinity groups build community and inspire service back to Emory long after graduation. For 2O36 Giving Week, network leaders have selected giving opportunities which align with the priorities of their groups. The top 4 LARGE alumni networks (5,000 plus members) with the most gifts from 9:00 a.m. on October 31 - 1:00 p.m. EDT on November 4 will share $3,500 in bonus awards. Winning networks decide which funds will get their bonus dollars! We'll reach out to network leaders after 1:00 p.m. Nov. 4 to find out their fund selections.
Rank Prize Alumni Networks Gifts
1 $1,250 New York Alumni Network 62
2 $1,000 Emory Florida 58
3 $750 Caucus of Emory Black Alumni 19
4 $500 Atlanta Young Alumni 12
5 Emory Global 60 Plus Network 9
Top Donors - Departments, Centers, Programs, and Networks Leaderboard
Congratulations to the following 10 funds that won the Top Donors Leaderboard among departments, centers, programs, and networks! 1st place - $1800: Black Law Student Association, 2nd place - $1600: Youth Theological Initiative, 3rd place - $1400: Emory College Scholarships, 4th place - $1200: Volunteer Medical Interpretation Services, 5th place - $1000: Emory Crew, 6th place - $800: Student Well Being Fund, 7th place - $700: Young Democrats of Emory, 8th place - $600: Christian Life, 9th place - $500: Student Well Being Fund, 10th place - $400: Oxford College Library
Rank Prize Departments, Centers, Programs, and Networks Donors
1 $1,800 Emory Black Law Student Association 77
2 $1,600 Youth Theological Initiative 68
3 $1,400 College of Arts and Sciences 55
4 $1,200 Volunteer Medical Interpretation Services 51
5 $1,000 Club Sports 49
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