We will spend our spring break providing health screenings and health education in an impoverished community in Mexico. This trip is our way of trying to be the change we want to see in the world, but we can't do it without your support. We need funds to help with our travel expenses and with the medical supplies that we will use.
We are a group of passionate students from University of Alberta - Campus Saint-Jean who will be travelling to Africa in May of 2017 to experience the power of service learning as future professionals in the area of education, social sciences and health sciences. While we are there, we hope to build and foster global relationships by integrating ourselves in Togo's francophone community.
First Nations at the University of Washington (FN@UW) is a Native American club originally founded in 1993 to formally host the annual Spring Powwow on campus. This year, the FN@UW continues the tradition to preserve Native American customs and promote cultural education by hosting the 46th Annual FN@UW Spring Powwow on April 8th and 9th, 2017.
Welcome to RIT Vocal Accent's crowdfunding campaign! Our project is for the development of our a cappella group, including factors like recording music, competing, and putting on live concerts! Come join us on our journey to a successful fundraising.
This June, a group of students and staff from Lipscomb University will travel to Ghana, West Africa to serve alongside the Village of Hope. Please consider partnering with us as we love, encourage, support, and learn from staff, parents, and children of Village of Hope while developing and continuing long-term relationships!
This $6000 campaign is to help raise money for both the Malayaka House and to support the Champlain College students on their service trip this May. Half of the funds will go towards supporting the Malayaka House and the other half will go towards reducing the travel costs for the students volunteering.
We are looking for funding to complete a research expedition to Everest Base Camp in Nepal in May 2017. This once in a lifetime opportunity allows for innovative skill development through hands-on learning, will provide an opportunity for international collaboration, and will fuel our scientific curiosity. Our campaign will offset costs associated with a twenty-three-day trip to the Khumbu region of Nepal, including a trek up to Everest base camp and over 15 days of intense research on how high altitude effects our bodies. Please visit our page for more information! Your support is greatly appreciated! Cheers, The MRU EBC 2017 Trekking Team
We are current Criminology/Criminal Justice majors who are part of Dr. Kevin Wright's ProMod class that addresses why reoffending rates are so high. Our goal is to create a unique event where donated inmate art will be auctioned May 5th at Unexpected Art Gallery in Phoenix Arizona from 6-10pm. All profits of this event will go towards benefitting children abused and below the poverty line in addition to the support of a rehabilitative inmate art program in Florence, Arizona.
The Husky Tennis Club is the University of Washington's premier athletic club for all students, faculty, and staff with a passion for tennis. Having won this year's Pacific Northwest Championship, we hope to raise enough money to give us a chance to conquer the 2017 Nationals tournament in Orlando, FL.
We are a competitive student-run organization that represents the University of Rochester in legal courtroom simulation tournaments throughout the country. For the first time in our organization's history, we've qualified two teams to compete at the National Championship Tournament (NCT) in Los Angeles, California. At the Opening Round Championships in mid-March, we defeated the reigning national champions, Yale University, to secure our bid to the NCT. We intend to do just the same again at UCLA, and we need your help to get us there!
Support Bastyr University students raise awareness about the value of Naturopathic Medicine during the annual Federal Legislative Initiative (FLI) event April 29 - May 1, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
We are the Knox Baseball team and on March 14th all 37 of us will be traveling down to Winter Haven, Florida for one week. With just a small donation you will be providing for the meals, housing, transportation, and medical attention that our athletes need in order to compete at the peak of their abilities.
El Día de Los Niños/El Día de Los Libros (Día) is an international celebration of youth, cultures, languages and literacies. Día provides young people with meaningful, life-changing experiences with books, famous authors/poets/storytellers, the opportunity to tell their own stories and connect to the ASU experience.
This past Fall season, the SFU Rowing Club experienced a large influx of new additions to our crew. A jump from nine to thirty athletes means that we need to add to our current fleet of racing shells and update our equipment. Join our efforts in raising funds to support our growing crew of student athletes as they push their physical and mental limits.
Glad to be Wrong is the RIT Fine Art Photography Senior Exhibition. Students design and install a show to present their thesis projects that they have been working on for the past year. Help us in making this show a reality and know that your donation will go directly towards the creation of a beautiful show.
This spring, RIT Women's Lacrosse hopes to travel to Port Charlotte, Florida, with the intent of playing teams we normally wouldn't have the opportunity to compete with. We would appreciate anything you can offer to help us in getting there!
The mission of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders. Our campaign will help our members travel to conventions where they will learn skills on how to become campus leaders, serve their communities, and collect real-world experience attributes employers want.
PLU's Center for Gender Equity is seeking your support to help develop the next generation of diverse leaders! We are raising funds to host--over two years--the nationally-recognized workshop Elect Her as well as a day-long Sista Circle Leadership Retreat. We will also hire a Women's Leadership Intern who will help to coordinate both programs and also travel to the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders. With your support, we can continue the work of empowering PLU students to make positive change, both within their own lives and their communities!
Everyone has a right to clean water. To make this happen for a community in Nicaragua, we will work on your behalf to fund and install a well, and to empower the community through health education. This is such a neat way to share love. Agua Viva!
The Lot is designed to engage and inspire students, through a learning focused urban space that promotes healthy living, social interaction and sustainable land design. We will provide "A New Environment" that blends a community garden, meditation space, citrus orchard and a beautiful entry that offers tangible opportunities for the campus community to engage in a living laboratory atmosphere. We want to champion student success and encourage creativity by providing a space that gives new opportunities for non traditional programs and speaks to each person's individual comfort and connection to nature.
Interested in helping out your community? Contribute to our fundraiser to help resource Tent City 3 (TC3)’s stay at UW! TC3 is an authorized encampment that can shelter ~100 people. TC3 is currently more than halfway through its 90-day stay at the University of Washington.
Fundraising for the MRU Field School to Peru 2017 will not only create a unique cultural exchange for students but will also provide ecotourism and much needed wealth to the citizens in Peru. By donating to this campaign you will be giving students the opportunity to broaden their horizons while helping out the less fortunate.
Since 2010, Hearing for Humanity has been providing hearing and speech language services for children and adults in Malawi, Africa. The program is ever growing, and Hearing for Humanity will be heading back in May 2017 to provide a month of much needed services to hundreds of Malawians.
Help send your Western Regional Champions, ASU Quidditch, to the 10th annual US Quidditch National Tournament in Kissimmee, Florida. April 2017 will be our 5th time qualifying for Nationals. After placing first in our region we expect to dominate the competition!