Quinnipiac University

University launches Bobcats Unite Giving Days

March 01, 2021

A student forms her hand into a heart with the Quinnipiac clocktower in the background

Alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends are invited to participate in this year’s inaugural Bobcats Unite Giving Days to benefit the Quinnipiac experience for thousands of students.

The 72-hour Bobcat celebration, set to run from March 23-25, will support financial aid, academic programs, athletics, experiential learning opportunities, diversity and inclusion or career development — as selected by each donor.

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“Giving Days is an exciting new initiative for the Quinnipiac community,” said Todd Sloan, vice president for development and alumni affairs. “The past year has demonstrated what the Bobcat family can accomplish when we unite.”

The university’s goal is to have at least 2,500 donors participate in annual giving this year.

“We hope to harness the power of our community to make the philanthropic investments in our students and faculty which are critical to fulfilling our vision to be the University of the Future,” he said. “The participation of the Bobcat community is a key component to the success of Giving Days and I invite everyone to consider supporting this initiative by making a gift and spreading the word on social media with the hashtag #QUBobcatsUnite.”

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Contact Andrew Bernstein ’97, director of annual giving, with any questions at andrew.bernstein@qu.edu or 203-582-7882.

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