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NC State Day of Giving

Since 2019, this annual 24-hour celebration has brought our university together for #GivingPack and giving forward.

99 NC Counties Represented in 2022

Donors in 16 Countries Took Day of Giving Worldwide

50 States Joined in #GivingPack in 2022

Each year, for 24 hours, the Wolfpack comes together on NC State Day of Giving to achieve more: creating greater opportunities, providing broader educational access, fostering bolder visions and advancing innovative research.

Since 2019, we’ve shown what the Pack can do in 24 hours. We know we’re stronger together, and that now is always the right time to make a difference. So many members of the Pack have shared their stories and together, we’re giving forward, helping others write their own new chapters.

1,800+ Gave to NC State for the First Time in 2022

Day of Giving continues to inspire our Pack to make their first gifts to NC State.

Alumni Are #GivingPack Across 9 Decades

Alumni from the 1940s to the 2020s show up on Day of Giving.

4,600+ Day of Giving Mentions Fueled the Conversation

Social media has been a huge part of the success of Day of Giving.

#GivingPack, Creating Impact

Day of Giving gifts go to work quickly, often making a difference as soon as the next academic year. In 2022:

  • Wellness and Recreation recognized student employees with two scholarships, the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering awarded three additional scholarships and the College of Education awarded 17 scholarships from its Excellence Fund. 
  • The Poole College of Management received funding to support students overcoming challenges related to learning disabilities.
  • The Division of Academic and Student Affairs launched a housing scholarship to help address housing insecurity
  • The NC State Veterinary Hospital assisted clients with treatment costs for more than 100 companion animals.

After 2021’s day:

  • The LGBTQ Pride Center, with assistance from Pack Essentials, provided two students with emergency assistance with the first awards from the Spitz Dream Fund.
  • The College of Design invited designers from MASS Design Group to lead a student project for 90 students in architecture, landscape architecture and environmental planning.
  • The Science House’s Rural Equipment and Technology Loan Program served over 500 teachers and 20,000 students in over 30 rural school systems in North Carolina.

And thanks to 2020’s day:

  • 31 students — hailing from every college at NC State — received the first-ever Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Initiative awards.
  • Wilson College of Textiles purchased loaner dress forms and sewing machines to support students learning remotely.
  • More than $20,000 raised in honor of the Women’s Center’s 20th anniversary meant support for 40 student survivors of interpersonal violence through the Survivor Fund.
  • The Student Emergency Fund supported nearly 3,000 students this past year, and an additional $1,000,000 in gifts means helping more students overcome financial adversity.

Music Students Band Together for Day of Giving

During the rescheduled 2020 NC State Day of Giving in September, students worked hard to channel funds to the Department of Music by winning social media challenges.

a band director conducts socially distanced students