Day of Giving

WILLIAM PEACE UNIVERSITY’S DAY OF GIVING

Mark your calendars for WPU’s Day of Giving on April 21, 2022.

Help us reach our goal to raise $100,000 with 300 donors

WPU’s Day of Giving is a 24-hour celebration of the power of giving back and the impact that giving has on our campus community for generations to come. Gifts made on WPU’s Day of Giving support the unique WPU experience that enables our students to build courageous confidence and helps them to turn their passion into purpose. Make a difference. Give courageously.

What does it mean to give courageously?

Every gift makes a difference. To give courageously, make a gift of any amount that demonstrates your courage and faith in our university. Your financial support directly impacts the lives of current and future students.

Why participate in WPU’s Day of Giving?

WPU’s Day of Giving is about bringing our community together, inspiring each other, and doing the most good. Only on WPU’s Day of Giving can individual gifts be matched to double — or even triple — the impact on our campus and in the lives of our students. 

Where can I designate my gift? 

You can give in support of the University’s greatest needs through the Loyalty Fund. You can also choose to designate your gift to student scholarships, specific academic departments, Pacer Athletics, WPU Theatre, or other University programs or causes that are important to you.

How can I participate in WPU’s Day of Giving? 

  • Give: Give a gift to William Peace University!
  • Wear: Wear green or your WPU or Peace College gear.
  • Share: Share WPU’s Day of Giving on social media and with your friends and family. Ask them to join you in giving courageously to WPU! 

Help amplify #WPUDayofGiving by using our Ambassador Tool Kit. Follow us on social media on Facebook or Twitter @peacealumni or Instagram @peacealumniofficial.

“I give to WPU as a way to pour back into the college that played a role in shaping me into who I am today. My recurring gift each month goes towards scholarships. I hope that this gift would help ease financial hardships for a student who may be in a bind or have to make a tough decision about their future. I don’t think anyone deserves to be in that spot, especially when it comes to affording college. I’ve been there. This is my way of giving back.”
Taylor Shaw, '12