Maximize Your Impact
$100,000 Match to the University Libraries Excellence Fund
Members of the Friends of the Library Board of Directors will match all gifts to the University Libraries Excellence Fund (576026) dollar for dollar up to $100,000.
$1,500 for 50 Faculty/Staff Donors
The University Libraries Development team will give $1,500 if 50 faculty/staff members make a gift to the University Libraries.
$3,000 for 25 Donors to the Reckoning Initiative Fund
Elaine L. Westbrooks will give $3,000 if 25 donors make a gift to the University Libraries Reckoning Initiative Fund (576033).
$100,000 for 100 Donors
An inspired ’91 PhD alumna will give $100,000 to the Library’s reckoning and social justice initiatives if 100 others give to University Libraries!
In honor of current and former student library workers, Andrew Herman, ’91, will match all gifts to the University Libraries dollar for dollar up to $5,000.
$10,000 Match from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Tar Heel parent Randy Gardner will match gifts to the University Libraries dollar for dollar up to $10,000 between 8 a.m.-2 p.m. EST.
The University Libraries fuels the dreams and aspirations of Carolina’s students, faculty and researchers. Whether it is in the iconic halls of the Wilson Special Collections Library, steeped with histories that help us imagine a better future, or in the virtual spaces that provide access to information and technology regardless of physical location, the University Libraries is a place like no other.
The University Libraries sits at the intersection of intellectual inquiry and thoughtful contemplation. We are the bridge between information and insight. Our expert librarians and archivists inspire our students by turning intellectual curiosity into knowledge that opens minds and widens worlds.
As Library donor Lewis Harvey Margolis ’80 (M.P.H.) said, “In many ways the Library is the University.”
During GiveUNC – a day like no other – please support the University Libraries. What other single gift can you make that will touch every Tar Heel while preserving the past, strengthening our present and preparing for a better future?