Nominate a UC cause or program for #GivingTuesday

For the 2020 edition of #GivingTuesday set for Tuesday, Dec. 1, the University of Cincinnati is celebrating the Bearcats family’s Strength in Unity and the many ways UC makes a positive impact on the world. Marking the seventh consecutive year for the university’s participation in the national #GivingTuesday campaign, UC seeks to highlight various UC good works that significantly influence the lives of our students and members of the community.

Those with a passion for a particular UC effort or initiative can add their support in the planning stage of #GivingTuesday by nominating that cause or program to be part of the campaign. If selected, the UC Foundation will help raise funds and awareness for the initiative during the Dec. 1 event. Last year’s campaign raised $187,366 from 2,265 gifts.

Nominate your UC cause/program today!

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