Giving Joy Day!
April 3

Let’s help more Eagles to soar!

Mon., April 3, 2023

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Eagle On

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What's New This Year?

This Giving Joy Day, we’re creating upward mobility for students facing a barrier. Our goal is to raise $400,000.

The Eagle On initiative provides direct financial support for these hard-working students and empowers them to complete their degrees. By making a gift, you can be the boost that gets students over obstacles and on to a life of success and impact.

In any way that you choose to give joy on April 3, please use #givingjoyday to share the spirit of the day on social media.

Donate

Areas of Greatest Need

Not sure which fund to pick? Here are three funds that help students.

How Can I Participate?

Give a Gift

On April 3, give a gift of any amount to any EWU fund that means the most to you.

Explore Funds

Become a Social Media Ambassador

It’s a privilege and an important job – share the day with your social media followers.

Get Involved

Share on Social Media

Share the message of #GivingJoyDay on your social media! Encourage your friends to make a gift and give joy.

Inspire Others

Challenge your friends, coworkers and business competitors to one-up you with random acts of kindness or dollars for EWU student success.

Download Some Eagle Spirit

Zoom Backgrounds

Download our fun collection of EWU-themed backgrounds!

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Coloring
Pages

Entertain your little Eags (or yourself!) with these fun Swoop coloring pages from our friends at Tokyodachi!

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How to be a Social Media Ambassador

Schedule #GivingJoyDay on your calendar for April 3 and plan to make a gift! Connect and follow us on social media.

The Impact of Gifts

“The scholarships I received made coming to EWU possible, as without them I probably would not be finishing up my last year right now. More than anything, these scholarships have significantly reduced the financial strain on my family and I. I have been blessed by the support of scholarship donors and my hope is that more students can continue to accomplish their academic goals here with scholarship help.”

Elsa Chávez is a first-generation college student majoring in political science and Spanish.