Published April 27, 2022
Your gift to Rutgers effects real change in our community and the world
Thanks to every donor who made Rutgers Giving Day 2022 a success. On March 23, more than 8,000 of you came together to inspire one another, share their voice, and make a difference where it matters most right now. And as a community, we raised more than $3.3 million for funds all across the university.
And the opportunity to give extended beyond Rutgers’ vast alumni network to include donors from all walks of life thanks to the energized outreach and support inspired by ambassadors reaching out to their fellow peers.
Rutgers Giving Day
Every Gift Matters
Every gift, no matter how large or how small, will help Rutgers fuel widespread societal change and make the world a better place. No matter where your interests lie, when you invest in Rutgers, your gift has an outsize impact. Gifts of all sizes combine to create a circle of support and a momentum of change that go beyond the borders of campus, into the local community and out into the world.
students made gifts on Rutgers Giving Day
of all donors made their first-ever gift to Rutgers
for scholarships and college access, keeping students on track to realize their dreams
for Rutgers Summer Service Internships to help students pursue the common good in communities nationwide
$98K given to Scarlet Promise Grants
Scarlet Promise Grants expand access to education for talented Rutgers students
Rutgers Giving Day
Empowering the Next Generation
Because of this incredible display of generosity, Rutgers can empower the next generation of diverse leaders, strengthen a vast array of schools and programs, put medical research into high gear, and provide crucial assistance to students who might otherwise not be able to attend Rutgers.
for schools, colleges, and departments across the university
to help Rutgers Athletics empower student-athletes
for Rutgers hubs of research, art, and culture
to build a healthier world through health and wellness research, education, and clinical care
$115K to support students
$115k was donated to student support programs, libraries, and food pantries.