University of Cincinnati Celebrates #GivingTuesday Dec. 3

Dec. 3 is #GivingTuesday, and the University of Cincinnati is celebrating the many ways it makes a positive impact on the world. Choose the difference you want to make by empowering our next leaders, exploring our next frontier or embracing our next purpose.

Make a gift and receive this year’s limited-edition Bearcat ornament (while supplies last).

You can also sign up to be a social media ambassador and spread the word about this year’s campaign.

What is Giving Tuesday?

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#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by social media and collaboration, celebrated the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. This year’s event is Dec. 3.

What is a #GivingTuesday ambassador?

Ambassadors are passionate individuals who will advocate for important programs and help us spread the word about the overall cause. We provide ambassadors with a toolkit, including social media and email templates, to share with friends. The top online ambassadors are eligible to win prizes. 

Donate to any University of Cincinnati fund on #GivingTuesday and receive this year’s limited-edition Bearcat ornament (while supplies last). Give now.

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