day of giving

April 1, 2020

Thank you for your generous support of Day of Giving! 
Together, we have raised $73,000 to support our students and community. We are especially grateful to everyone who supported us through this challenging and unprecedented time in our history. 

Gifts are still being accepted if haven't yet had the opportunity to donate. Please visit dayofgiving.dyouville.edu.

Please enjoy this special message of thanks from D'Youville President Lorrie Clemo. 

Frequently Asked Questions

D’Youville's Day of Giving is a 24-hour online giving campaign that will unite the entire D'Youville community including alumni, employees, students, family, friends, and their personal networks to make gifts toward The Fund for D'Youville.
The 2020 Day of Giving is on Wednesday, April 1 - no fooling! 
No amount is too small. What matters most is that you make a gift, become a fundraising ambassador, or share your D'Youville pride on social media.
This year’s Day of Giving will focus on supporting The Fund for D’Youville, formerly known as the Loyalty Fund. The Fund is particularly important this year as it will finance new initiatives and programming relating to the impact of COVID-19 on our campus and community. As you may know, we recently announced plans to accelerate graduation for students in high-needs healthcare fields, such as nursing, pharmacy, and physician assistants, during the current COVID-19 crisis. (For more information, please see our News Release.) In addition to modifying certain requirements, we plan to offer $1,000 graduation bonuses to those graduates who choose to stay in New York State to fight the pandemic. Your support of this year’s Day of Giving will help make this initiative possible, as well as help our current students stay on track while continuing their studies from home.
Yes, making a gift on this online page is simple, safe, and secure. (But if you prefer to make your gift by check, please note “Day of Giving” in the memo and send it to Institutional Advancement, 320 Porter Ave., Buffalo, NY, 14201.)

Yes. Your gift is entirely tax deductible. You will receive an email confirmation that may serve as your receipt for tax purposes.