We invite you to join us for this online fundraising event at https://bit.ly/3MsLyib
When you give to the College of Health and Human Sciences beginning Tuesday, November 28 for NDSU Giving Day, you support students who make a difference in the lives of others. Our students focus on people, improving their health and well-being at all ages.
Your gift on Giving Day promotes healthcare and human sciences workforce development, along with leading-edge research and impactful experiences for students and faculty. Such support engages students and faculty through opportunities that build innovative leaders. Your support contributes to professional development opportunities for faculty and staff. It also supports scholarships and helps fund high-impact student and faculty activities, allowing them to create unique programs with lasting impact.
“Getting a scholarship means so much to me,” says Azalea Benjamin, nutrition science major. “If a donor was sitting across from me, I’d probably give them a hug if they were comfortable with that, just because I’m so grateful.”
“When donors contribute, we also get to experience a lot of research opportunities,” says Alyssa Hodges, pharmacy and public health major. “When people donate to the NDSU College of Health and Human Sciences on Giving Day, it helps to give us real life opportunities to learn to provide patients the best care possible.”
From 8 a.m. CT on Tuesday, November 28 through noon CT on Wednesday, November 29, you can support the programs of your choice, including:
- Allied Sciences Program Fund
- Dean Charles D. Peterson Pharmacy Scholarship Fund
- Deborah Mollison Davis Counselor Education Graduate Scholarship
- Department of Public Health Program Fund
- Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences Endowment
- Human Development and Family Sciences Endowment
- ND Rexall Club Scholarship Endowment
- Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Endowment
- Pharmacy Faculty Development Fund
- School of Nursing Program Fund
- Sudro Society Pharmacy Program Fund
Your gifts of $10 and over may double thanks to generous matches and challenges from donors to the College of Health and Human Sciences.
“On NDSU Giving Day, I invite you to invest in students,” says Dr. Ron Werner-Wilson, interim dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences. “Your gifts help students gain education that they will ultimately use to make a difference in the lives of others. That’s a pretty lasting impact.”