WHAT CAN YOUR GIFT DO?
One Day. Every Raider. Everywhere.
Join us on Wright State University’s founders' day, October 1 – Wright Day to Give!
Join fellow alumni, parents, students and friends from around the world giving back to Wright State University. Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference. Support the causes closest to your heart – academic area, departments, student groups, athletics, campus organizations, the list goes on and on! Let’s make an impact for all Raiders on the Wright Day to Give.
Dayton Power & Light Unlock Challenge
Dayton Power & Light will unlock a gift of $2,500 once the Wright Day to Give reaches 300 donors on October 1. Reflecting on our outstanding corporate partnership with Wright State, a tradition that has continued from the early days of the creation of Wright State when local corporate leaders pushed the agenda for an affordable state university in Dayton. We challenge alumni and friends to come together to support the third annual Wright Day to Give… Be the One to get us to 300 donors so that Wright State can unlock $2,500 for its students.
Wright State Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship Match
The Wright State University Alumni Association Board of Directors have come together to challenge our alumni to join them. They have pledged to match gifts to the Wright State University Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship-for every $2 you give, they will match $1, up to $4,000.
The board and seven generous board members have supported the collective match of $4,000.
The Greentree Group Unlock Challenge
It is with great pleasure that we share fellow alumnus, Wright State University Foundation Board Member and President and CEO of The Greentree Group, will unlock a gift of $5,000 once we reach our goal of 600 donors.
“Earning my communications degree in 1984 helped me form a foundation for leadership skills. Your generous contribution will help students develop the skills they need to not only be successful but, one day, be in a position to pay it forward to other Wright State students.” – Travis Greenwood ‘84