To make a gift by CREDIT CARD, click the DONATE BUTTON! (Secure online donations are received by the Alamance Community Foundation. Select "HPU Challenge Fund for NC Campus Compact" as the designation for your gift. The system will send a receipt to your email. Check your "Junk" folder if the message does not show up in your inbox.)

To give by CHECK, make check payable to "Alamance Community Foundation" AND write "NC Campus Compact" in the memo line. Mail your gift to:
NC Campus Compact, Campus Box 2257, Elon, NC 27244.

All donations to our special interest endowment fund are tax-deductible!


Thank you to everyone who donated on our Day of Giving, April 9, 2018.  We are especially grateful to Chancellor Phil Dubois and UNC Charlotte and Chancellor Frank Gilliam, Jr. and UNC Greensboro for their generosity.  They each pledged $20,000.  We also appreciate the donations from individual donors that totalled $2365.  Each gift brings us closer to matching the $200,000 Challenge Gift. THANK YOU for sustaining our Compact!

ABOUT THE CHALLENGE FUND

During the 2017 Presidents Forum, High Point University 
President and NC Campus Compact Executive Board Chair, Nido Qubein, made a surprise announcement: High Point University would make a challenge gift of $200,000 to help ensure the long-term sustainability of our Compact. 
 
The gift became the "HPU Challenge Fund for North Carolina Campus Compact," a special interest endowment fund administered by the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro through their local affiliate, the Alamance Community Foundation.
 
Since 2002, North Carolina Campus Compact has helped colleges and universities build on their commitments to educate students for civic and social responsibility, to partner with communities for positive change, and strengthen democracy. 
 
Please help us grow this endowment so we can continue to advance our mission. 
 
Your donation will keep us moving forward as we expand efforts to foster connections between campuses, share information and resources, recognize outstanding work, and champion civic and community engagement in higher education.
 
Through civic and community engagement, North Carolina college students become engaged citizens -- like those who attended our 2017 CSNAP student conference. Watch below as they reflect on the value of this work.