Tuscaloosa, Alabama’s HBCU Stillman College Needs Your Help
Stillman College, established in 1876, is a vital part of the Tuscaloosa community. In preparing you for a different world, this institution of higher learning has provided higher education and service in West Alabama.
Now Stillman College needs your help during their “Annual Day of Giving.” Today (Wednesday, November 3, 2021) and Thursday, November 4, 2021, is Stillman College’s online fundraising marathon, #Give1876.
In 2020, Stillman College raised $50,000 through 250 gifts. The 2021 Giving Day is an opportunity to build on this impact. Join the movement of generosity along with "Stillman College alumni, students, parents, friends, neighbors, faculty, and staff."
Spread the word.
Your donation assists student-focused projects that touch every corner of campus. You can help from “fund new choir uniforms to providing graduate school test preparation materials. Other projects include re-stocking Stillman Athletics’ training room with sports medicine equipment, and sending the College’s first-ever team to the H-B-C-U Battle of the Brains competition in March”.
The Stillman College “Annual Day of Giving” is 1 day, 8 hours, and 76 minutes of giving.
Click here to make your donation at www.give1876.stillman.edu/
Stillman College Passion Projects
Student Success – Freshman Starter Kits
Student Life – Support Campus Activities
Student Aid – Scholarships
Academic Projects – School of Arts & Sciences
Academic Projects – School of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Computational & Information Sciences
Academic Projects – School of Education
Stillman College Choir
Blue Pride Marching Tigers
Greek Challenges – include all the Divine Nine
(Souce) Stillman College Press Release. Click here for more about Stillman College. Click here about #Give1876
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