Snow College students pay it forward while they are still on campus. Badgers carry on the proud tradition of giving through the Giving Badger Club that makes this college one of the best in America.
The Giving Badger Club is a group of students who give of their time and resources to help other Badgers. The Giving Badger Campaign is a fundraising effort driven by students to encourage all students to be philanthropic and support a special scholarship fund; the Giving Badger Scholarship. Badgers helping Badgers; that's what it's all about! (See our latest video here.)
Many Snow College students recieve some form of financial support or scholarship. The Giving Badger Club gives every student an opportunity to pay it forward and help others. It's your opportunity to make a difference in the life of a fellow or future Badger.
During the campaign week (April 18 - 22), a collection table will be set up at the Bell Tower from 10 a.m. - 3p.m. You can donate with cash, a check, or a debit/credit card. You can also make your gift online.
While no amount is too little, donations of $1-$10 will be recognized on the Blue Club Wall in the Huntsman Library for the entire year! Donations of $11-$20 will be included on the Orange Club Wall. Graduating students who give $20.16 with a pledge to continue to do so each year going forward, will become part of the Graduate Legacy Club. Once the Graduating Class of 2016 reaches $1,000 in donations, a permanent plaque in honor of the Class of 2016 will be placed on the Huntsman Library donor wall.
The knowledge that you changed someone's life is the most valuable gift you can recieve from being philanthropic. All donors will also be entered into a drawing for a grand prize gift at each giving level:
100% of the donations are used to the Giving Badger Scholarship Fund and support a deserving student each year.
“Scholarships are an amazing thing that anyone can have. After getting one and seeing how much of an impact it made on my family I decided to start giving back. I wanted to make a difference to someone else’s life. I wanted to show my appreciation by helping someone else that may have been struggling with the decision to go to school. I wanted them to feel the way I did, like a burden had been lifted from my shoulders. I didn’t just get help financially...
“Having a scholarship has been comforting for me to know that I can focus more on my classes and learning, and less on how I am going to afford my next semester. I give back to Snow College, because...