Support programs across the College of Arts and Architecture on #GivingTuesday
Alumni, friends and students of the College of Arts and Architecture will have the opportunity to support a variety of programs in the visual and performing arts on #GivingTuesday, Dec. 1, 2020.
This year’s #GivingTuesday marks the sixth year that Penn State, including the College of Arts and Architecture, has participated in the international celebration of philanthropy. The day of giving highlights the achievements of faculty, staff and students across Penn State, seeks to raise funds for a variety of initiatives and is one of the University’s most successful fundraising efforts. Last year, Penn State’s #GivingTuesday celebration broke institutional records by generating more than 7,600 gifts in less than 48 hours. In total, the 2019 event raised more than $710,000 dollars to benefit more than 85 University programs and initiatives.
College of Arts and Architecture #GivingTuesday participants include:
- Glee Club Endowment Fund
- Blue Band Legacy Fund
- Penn State School of Theatre Fund
- George Trudeau Endowment for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Center for the Performing Arts
- K–12 education and diversity programming at the Palmer Museum of Art
- African American Music Festival hosted by Essence of Joy
#GivingTuesday begins at 6:55 p.m. EST (18:55 in military time, representing the year of Penn State’s founding) on Nov. 30 until midnight on Dec. 1. For more information, see this Penn State News story. For updates, be sure to follow the College of Arts and Architecture on social media (Facebook: @psuaanda, Instagram: @psuartsarch, Twitter: @psuarts_arch).