$ 377,053 raised 617 Gifts
University of North Dakota has raised $ 57,383 from 155 Gifts!


Events

Don't miss the chance to multiply your impact, thanks to gift matching opportunities from some of our most generous donors.

Past Events


2
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UND Police Department Match provided by Daniel Weigel, Eric Plummer, Tracy Meidinger
1:1 match of the first $1,000 donated to the UND Police Department. This fund provides priority need support for the UND Police Department.
$1,000 MATCHED
Completed
2
Match
Food for Thought Fund match provided by the Mike Mannausau Family
1:1 match of the first $500 given to the Food for Thought Fund. This fund provides support to purchase nonperishable food and personal hygiene items to meet student needs regarding food insecurity and basic health/wellness needs.
$500 MATCHED
Completed
2
Match
Pride Scholarship match provided by Cara Halgren & Robert Axtman
1:1 match of up to $5,000 give to the Pride Scholarship fund. This fund supports one or more scholarships to incoming students at the University of North Dakota who are members of the LGTBQ+ community or students who have demonstrated themselves as an ally of that community. If no incoming students apply, the scholarship may be awarded to a current UND student who meets the same criteria.
$810 MATCHED
Ended
2
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Oty Family Endowment match provided by John Oty
1:1 match for the first $5,000. Annual allocations will provide for one or more scholarships to students who are enrolled at UND. Qualified recipients shall be rural North Dakota residents of high moral character and who demonstrate the desire and aptitude to lead successful lives and engage in fulfilling careers.
$50 MATCHED
Ended
2
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Swim Club match provided by David & Gay Williamson
A 1:1 match of the first $2,500 given to support priority needs of the Swim Club.
$1,925 MATCHED
Ended
2
Match
Honors Program Faculty Appreciation & Student Support Endowment match provided by Dr. Brian Selland
1:1 match of $25,000 given to provide support for the Honors Program at the discretion of the Honors Program Director as follows: • Scholarship support for a Sophomore student committed to continuing in the Honors Program to graduation or a Sophomore student entering the program • Scholarship support for a Senior student with preference to a student undertaking an undergraduate thesis or senior project of equal merit • Honors Program priority needs such as faculty support/development, curriculum support, or other needs
$650 MATCHED
Ended