Below you will find answers to many common questions about All in a Day.
What is All in a Day: 24 Hours of Change?
All in a Day: 24 Hours of Change is Emory's first day of giving. After inaugurating Claire E. Sterk as Emory's 20th president during Founders Week 2017, this 24-hour campaign begins at noon Wednesday, February 8 ET and continues through noon Thursday, February 9 ET, offering easy and fun ways to support what inspires you.
When is All in a Day: 24 Hours of Change?
The campaign kicks off officially at noon ET Wednesday, February 8, and closes at noon ET Thursday, February 9.
Why should I participate in All in a Day: 24 Hours of Change?
Your support provides Emory the ongoing resources that are crucial to its growth and success as a world-class institution. Donors touch lives every day with gifts that support academics, research, patient care, scholarship, and service to others. It takes the collective annual support of alumni, parents, friends, students, faculty, and staff to make an institution like Emory great.
How can I make my gift?
Visit https://allin.emory.edu between noon on Wednesday, February 8 ET and noon on Wednesday, February 9 ET and support what inspires you.
Is it possible to make a gift by mail or by phone?
Since All in a Day: 24 Hours of Change is a 24-hour giving campaign, we strongly encourage you to make your gift online. This is the only way to assure that your gift will qualify for matches and challenges taking place throughout the event. To give by phone, you may call 404.712.GIVE (4483) between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm ET on Wednesday, February 8, and 7:00 am and 12:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, February 9, but we cannot guarantee these gifts will count towards giving matches and challenges.
What areas can I support?
Please review the participating groups on our main page and find the area that inspires you. From contributing to student scholarships and strengthening academic programs to funding transformational research and supporting innovative patient care, you can make an immediate and lasting difference for Emory.
What if I don't see my area of interest in the participating groups?
If you are not able to find the area you would like to support, please select "Other" in the drop down menu, and include the program and/or fund name you wish to support in the Final Steps section. We will ensure your gift is designated appropriately.
What are Matching and Challenge Gifts?
Supporting challenges and matching opportunities is a meaningful way to demonstrate investment to Emory University. A complete list of challenges will be present on the website on the Challenges page, and active matches and challenges can be viewed on the main landing page and the participating group landing page for the benefitting area.
What other ways can I get involved?
Share your stories and images using the hashtag #allinemory to help spread the word! Tagboard will aggregate posts, allowing visitors to allin.emory.edu to view constant updates from the Emory community. You can also become an Emory ambassador, sharing messages and creating excitement about the day before and during the campaign. Spread awareness within your network using your preferred forms of communication and encourage others to join you in giving back to Emory. Help the areas of Emory you care most about earn matches and challenges throughout the day to maximize the power of donations.
How can I make my donation go even further?
Thousands of companies match gifts to higher education, which can double or triple your gift. To find out if your employer (or your spouse's employer) has a matching gift program, please visit www.matchinggifts.com/emory.
If so, please contact your Human Resources representative for a matching gift form. You may need to provide Emory's Employer Identification Number (EIN) on the form, which is 58-0566256.
Who should I contact with questions about my contribution?