Choose Your Impact for UCF Day of Giving

Editor's Note: UCF Day of Giving has been postponed. As soon as a new date is established, an update will be posted.


 

For UCF Day of Giving, we're challenging Knight Nation to come together once again and make history. But with hundreds of funds available to support — from student-support funds to athletics programs — it may be hard to decide where you want to make an impact.

 

Take a spin on the UCF Day of Giving wheel for inspiration or browse the complete list of funds.

And for those who want to further their reach, there are plenty of matching and challenge funds available. Simply search for these funds on UCF Day of Giving to double your impact:


  • The Corey Family Challenge | $50,000 

Michael and Loretta Corey H’17 have generously committed $50,000 to address student housing insecurity when 150 donors give to the UCF Student Emergency Fund  

  • Integrated Business Challenge | $50,000 

A generous donor has committed $50,000 to the Integrated Business Department in the College of Business when 100 donors give to the college. 

  • College of Engineering and Computer Science Challenge | $10,000 

Board of Trustees Chair, Beverly J. Seay, has generously committed $10,000 to the College of Engineering and Computer Science when 125 donors give to the college. 

  • Johnson Scholarship Foundation Match | $21,850 

The Johnson Foundation has generously agreed to match all gifts in support of the Students with Disabilities Scholarship Fund dollar-for-dollar up to $21,850. 

  • Limbitless Solutions Challenge | $2,000 

All gifts to Limbitless Solutions will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $2,000 by a generous donor. 

  • Parent and Family Fund Challenge | $2,000 

A generous donor has agreed to match all gifts in support of the Parent and Family Fund dollar-for-dollar up to $2,000 

  • National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Match 

NEH has awarded the UCF Center for Humanities and Digital Research a dollar-for-dollar match to expand its current facilities, research, and programming.