Hilbert Giving Day

by Daniel Wentz, Assistant Director, Development and Alumni Engagement

 

February is a special month in the history of our nation. We hope that everyone takes a second to regard those specific features of our national services in which they are most grateful. The Hilbert philosophy most assiduously emulates our cultural bonds via philanthropy and service. We delegate February as a time to celebrate the abetments of our campus on behalf of our own community. Thus, February is the campus’ “Giving Month.” It culminates on March 1 with our annual day of giving (#HilbertGivingDay).

Some people give in honor of a professor or their department. Others want to contribute to the same scholarship fund that rewarded them during their Hilbert tenure. Regardless of the cause you specify or the amount of your donation (seriously, even $1 goes a long way!), our gifts are put to the greatest use of all … to fund education. 100% of all money received during Giving Month will be donated to future student scholarships.

We hope that you watch and enjoy the introductory video linked below. It chronicles one of our student success stories and exemplifies why your donation is so important. Just click on the black box to be escorted to YouTube. Thank you, kindly, for your time today. If you are interested in making a donation, please visit our official Giving Day web page . Gifts may also be made in person at 202 Franciscan Hall.

Daniel Wentz, Assistant Director, Development and Alumni Engagement

Hilbert College

202 Franciscan Hall

5200 South Park Ave.

Hamburg, NY 14075

+1 (716) 926-8884

dwentz@hilbert.edu

 

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