oneJWU: 24 Hours of Giving

oneJWU: 24 Hours of Giving

On March 18, the Johnson & Wales community will once again come together to support our students and advance the university's mission of providing an exceptional education that inspires professional success and lifelong personal and intellectual growth. oneJWU: 24 Hours of Giving is your opportunity to support the area of JWU you're most passionate about, and make an immediate impact on current Wildcats pursuing their dreams.

Last year, more than 900 alumni, parents, family members, faculty, staff and friends of the university combined to contribute more than $50,000 during a 24-hour period! This year, we're continuing the momentum with new donor challenges and new ways to support the areas of JWU that matter most to you. From scholarships to athletics; from cybersecurity defense to the future of food; from sustainable tourism to media production; whatever you're passionate about, you can support it through Johnson & Wales. 

The collective impact of our generosity is unlimited. We'll not only support today's students, we'll help prepare tomorrow's industry leaders. Your gift combined with hundreds of others will enhance the JWU experience and give students the resources to make real, substantive change in the world after graduation. 

Save the date, mark your calendar and spread the word: March 18, 2020 is our day to make a world of difference.

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JWU student Anthony '16

GIVING BACK

Giving back to the institution that provided lifelong friends, memories and, most importantly, an education, is crucial. I look forward to being able to give back to future students when I am an alum. — Anthony '16

JWU student Josh '16

ALUMNI GIVING

As a phonathon member, calling alumni and asking for donations is my job. I always stress how important it is for alumni to make a gift because their participation is vital to JWU. — Josh '16

 

JWU student Keira '18

IMPACT

When you give to the university, it helps make it possible for every student to be offered bigger and better opportunities, and then we are able to really make the most of our time at JWU. Donors impact everyone in a positive way. — Keira '18