Campbell Giving Day

Campbell Giving Day

February 5, 2020

Go Orange. Give Back. Go Camels!

In one day, alumni, students, faculty, staff, families and friends proudly put on their Campbell orange and gave! During Campbell’s third annual #CampbellGivingDay, we raised more than $237,000 from over 1,800 donors, surpassing the goal and making this the biggest giving day yet.

Thank you for your generosity to Campbell. Together, your gifts continue to make a difference in the lives of our students and help in fulfilling the university mission to graduate leaders.

Way to go, Camels! See you next year.

2020 Challenges

Big Giving Day Challenge

1,300 donors on Feb. 5 unlocks $50,000 for student scholarships.

Made possible by:
Bob Gresham, ’64 and Carolyn Gresham, ’64
J. Deaver, ’17 and Kaylyn Deaver, ’16

Be True to Your School

As the Beach Boys said, be true to your school. Give through one of our academic school pages and the school with the most unique donors will receive $2,000 for the school’s scholarships.

Made possible by:
Bill Noftsinger, ’73 and Rosemary Noftsinger, ’74

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Designating to: Rod Hipwell Memorial IPE Endowed Scholarship

Fighting Camels Challenge

Fighting Camels Athletics want your support on giving day. The teams with the most unique donors, most $ raised, and highest increase in participation percentage from last year will each receive $500 for their program.

Made possible by:
The Evans Family, Don Evans, ’71

Football, Wrestling, Men’s and Women’s Tennis

#CampbellGivingDay Photo Challenge

Go Orange! The most exuberant display of orange Campbell gear in a photo on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook posted with the #CampbellGivingDay will win the opportunity to designate $1,000 to the Campbell fund of their choice.

Made possible by:
Rebecca Brock, ’97, ’01

Angelina Soulasinh
Designating to: Athletics – Digital Media

Ambassador Challenge

The ambassador with the most unique donors through their page will win the opportunity to designate $1,000 to the Campbell fund of their choice.

Made possible by:
Carroll Leggett, ’63

Marshall Allen, ’10
Designating to: James E. Witherspoon Trust Scholarship