Save the Date! Day of Giving: Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020
Special Project: Overcoming the cost of COVID-19
WHAT IS IT?
A lot has changed in the past year, but the resiliency and strength of the Waynesburg community remains firm. On Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020, we need WU to come together! Waynesburg University alumni, friends, students, parents, faculty and staff are being called on to support the Fund for Waynesburg during the University’s fifth annual Day of Giving fundraising event.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
As the entire world faces unprecedented times, we graciously ask for your support. We are calling on the entire Waynesburg community to make a gift to the Fund for Waynesburg to offset COVID expenses and keep Waynesburg well. Your generous support will benefit our students in many ways, including:
- Continued on-campus living
- In-person classes
- Distance learning through upgraded online learning modules
- Return of spring athletics
- Maintaining a safe, healthy campus
HOW DO I GIVE?
Make your gift today so our students can continue to experience the same unique Waynesburg education that many of you have experienced. Be counted among our first donors for WU Day of Giving:
- Online at waynesburg.edu/dayofgiving
- Over the phone by calling 724-852-3378
- By mailing a check to the Office of Institutional Advancement at Waynesburg University, 51 West College Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370
WU DOG 2019 Challenge
Check out the results of our academic departments and athletic teams challenge!
2019 Day of Giving Results
Total funds raised
2018 Day of Giving Results
Total funds raised
Day of Giving Testimonials
"Day of Giving was a fantastic success... It was great to see such passion from our players to connect with friends, family and alumni to continue the work being done at Waynesburg University."
Brad Heethuis, Head Men's Soccer Coach and Assistant Women's Soccer Coach
"I am incredibly thankful to the donors that gave to the Biblical & Ministry Studies program at Waynesburg University. It has impacted our community of learners with opportunities for 'out of the classroom' learning trips, meals, and conferences."
Josh Sumpter, Instructor of Biblical & Ministry Studies and Assistant Chaplain
"[Past] Day of Giving funds we received were used to help fund the Fine Arts Academy. It was used as seed money to help us get this program off of the ground. We are now offering Art and Music classes to the community."
Andy Heisey, Chairperson for the Fine Arts Department and Assistant Professor of Art