Tuesday, March 7, marks the university’s sixth annual Give Marquette Day.
This 24-hour fundraising event is an opportunity for the Marquette community to come together and celebrate the spirit of giving.
Today is also the last day for faculty and staff to participate in the Community Campaign. Gifts of any amount toward any Marquette designation will count toward Give Marquette Day and the Community Campaign. This allows faculty and staff to participate in both traditions, supporting Marquette students and the greater Milwaukee community.
Participate on campus
Visit the AMU second-floor lobby from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be hot chocolate, coffee, snacks and celebration.
Make a gift and receive an exclusive pair of Marquette spirit socks as a thank you.
Become an advocate
There is still time to sign up to be an advocate and spread the word using #GiveMUDay.
Advocates share about Give Marquette Day and encourage their community to give back for a chance to win prizes.
Learn more about becoming an advocate here.
Join in on the challenge
Brothers David Trautschold, Eng ’06, and Matt Trautschold, Eng ’04, will give $50 for each student donor, up to 200 donors.
Participants on Give Marquette Day will also receive an exclusive pair of Marquette socks as a thank you.
Matches and challenges help your gift make an even bigger impact. Matches and challenges will be updated in real-time throughout the day. See more matches and challenges unlocked throughout the day here.