Your gift to help an Emory student in need is adding up! So far, you are among 35 donors who have raised $2,057 toward the $5,000 goal.
With fall classes about to start Aug. 28, every dollar meets a critical need.
Recently, an Emory College junior who had Type 1 diabetes didn’t have money for medical supplies because their family finances had changed unexpectedly. The Hardship Fund gave this student $500 to get diabetic supplies needed for the rest of the semester.
More Emory students will benefit because recent graduates are giving back: 61 recent Emory graduates have donated Eagle Dollars totaling $322.88. This money remained on their student cards and their final swipe will benefit students in crisis. Their generosity is so inspiring!
Taking care of our own feels good. Why not widen the circle? Forward this opportunity to your network via Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, or directly send them the link, momentum.emory.edu/StudentHardship. Making a gift is so easy and secure, and it really will help.