A SPIRIT OF VOLUNTEERISM
When it comes to giving, Emory University's faculty and staff have a generous spirit and a desire to give back to their community. Here a few ways you can get involved:
As an employee, you know the value of Emory better than anyone. Whether you give annually through payroll deduction or a one-time gift, contribute to an endowment, include Emory in your estate plans, or establish a life-income gift, your participation matters. Whether you make a small gift or a large one, your gift counts. Whatever your passion, Emory offers a place to give.
Volunteer Emory is a program of the Office of Student Leadership & Service that facilitates service opportunities and social justice work for Emory students, faculty, staff and alumni.
The Emory University Hardship Fund is designed to assist staff and faculty members who are experiencing a temporary financial hardship due to a catastrophic event. The Fund is funded by voluntary charitable donations from faculty and staff as well as any other entity wanting to assist Emory community members facing unexpected financial challenges.
Emory Community Giving offers employees the opportunity to help over 400 nonprofit community groups which address an array of health, human-service, community, and environmental needs. The program yearly solicits employee contributions from October through December. Employees can donate through payroll deduction or write a check.