oneJWU: 24 Hours of Giving

oneJWU: 24 Hours of Giving

These are extraordinary times. Since the onset of the global impact of COVID-19, JWU continues to address the safety and health of our campus communities. As this situation is evolving rapidly, we have made the decision to postpone oneJWU: 24 Hours of Giving, which was scheduled for Wednesday, March 18.

oneJWU is a significant day for our university. Now, more than ever, we are helping our students to navigate their education and future during these uncertain times. Globally, current events have had a disproportionate impact on many of the industries we serve and may have had a direct impact on you and your business. We will reschedule oneJWU for an appropriate time in the future.

We want to acknowledge the generous contributions you have made in the past through the internships you have offered our students, the financial contributions you have made to JWU, your mentoring and the professional success you have achieved. You can provide continued support with a gift at any time.

The university has established the JWU Coronavirus Website where you can find updates and information about campus operations. Today, we urge you to ensure the health and safety of you and your loved ones. Thank you for your understanding and commitment to Johnson & Wales University.


Mim L. Runey, LP.D.
Johnson & Wales University

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