24 Hours of Giving

When you give, you help today’s students seize all that UF has to offer. You open the door for a meaningful life and a productive career through service learning, internships, and professional organizations. You provide young people with a chance to serve – on campus, in our region and around the globe. You connect them through academics, the arts, athletics, and social clubs. In short, you help students become scholars, interns, mentors, neighbors, teammates, and active members of our campus community and beyond.

Register with Give Campus

University of Findlay has partnered with GiveCampus to provide a seamless and peer-driven donor experience. Become an Advocate and help create excitement before and during the day. Register for a free GiveCampus account now.


In addition to making a gift on the day of giving, there are several ways to get involved!

Mar 24 / 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Bell Tower

Ring in 24 Hours of Giving

Ring in 24 Hours of Giving Thursday, March 24, 2022 Noon   Haven't...


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How Can You Participate?

The University of Findlay's 24 Hours of Giving is a single day every year when Oilers everywhere join together to celebrate UF and support the student experience.

Who Can Participate?

Anyone can participate in this global day of unity and giving. We need the entire UF community, alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents and everyone else who cares about UF to #OilerUpGiveBack on the day.

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How can I make the most out of my gift?

You don’t have to make a large gift to make a large impact. Make the most out of your gift by participating in challenges and matches and/or by giving to the Findlay Fund to support UF’s greatest needs.

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How can I become an advocate?

As an Advocate, you help create excitement about the University of Findlay’s Oiler Up, Give Back Day before and during the day.

Become an Advocate
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