Save the date for Auburn University's next Tiger Giving Day -- April 10, 2024!
Thank you, Auburn Family, for your support for Tiger Giving Day 2023.
See the impact of your generosity below.
Spark Creativity with Shoe Design Workshop
Bring design education opportunities to underrepresented high schools in Alabama, including creating a pair of sneakers students can keep.
Expand the Ability of the Makerspace
Create more invaluable hands-on experiences for Auburn engineering students in the Brown-Kopel Makerspace through new and updated machines.
Prepare Collegiate Cattlemen & Cattlewomen
Help the CCCA educate its members about the beef cattle industry by attending the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association National Convention.
Enable Engineering Honors Society to Expand Outreach
Enable Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honors society, to expand its service opportunities to include bi-weekly tutoring of K-12 kids in STEM subjects.
Fight to End Food Insecurity with the Campus Food Pantry
The Auburn University Campus Food Pantry provides food and toiletry items to aid Auburn students experiencing food insecurity. Help keep it stocked.
Broaden Career Horizons for COSAM Students
Enable the first College of Sciences and Mathematics Career Fair with a host of industry companies hiring full-time and internship opportunities.
Streamline Communications for the Campus Kitchen
The Campus Kitchen fights food insecurity in the Auburn/Opelika area and needs to develop a reliable app to offer live updates and information.
Together We Will Make a Difference
Help shape a more diverse, inclusive and equitable campus community with Together We Will Scholarships.
Support the Honors College Week of Service
Celebrate 10 years of the Honors College Week of Service by funding much-needed supplies, such as safety equipment and tools.
Provide a Path to the Plains with Auburn Clubs and Affiliates
Auburn alumni and friends can help students in their local communities follow their dreams of attending Auburn University.
Prepare Child Life Specialists to Help Families in Need
Child Life Specialists provide assistance for children and their families to cope with illness and to reduce the negative impact of traumatic events.
Keep the IHSA Hunt Seat Club Equestrian Team Show Ready
The IHSA Hunt Seat Club Equestrian Team needs travel and show equipment to better represent their riders and horses at competitions.
Make Family-Friendly Arts Performances Affordable
Help the Gogue Center establish a fund to support world-class family entertainment with accessible ticket prices through its annual Family Series.
Have a Seat at the Raptor Center
Attendance the Raptor Center Amphitheater is limited. Create additional seating so everyone has a chance to watch these majestic raptors take flight.
Honor Black Graduates with the Donning of the Kente
Help the Auburn Alumni Association Black Alumni Council provide student Kente stoles for our inaugural Donning of the Kente graduation ceremony.
Continue Learning with OLLI
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn University continues to serve community members with new technology to enhance hybrid class configurations.
Update the Auburn Veterans Resource Center
The Auburn University Veterans Resource Center (VRC) needs new technology to help them better serve more than 1,500 military-affiliated students on campus.
Keep College Affordable with Welcome Home Grants
Student Affairs is establishing the Welcome Home Grants Program to provide in-need students with financial assistance for living and dining on campus.
Engage Auburn University Students in Rural Healthcare
The Rural Healthcare Engagement Program addresses significant health disparities across rural Alabama, engaging students in hands-on work experiences.
Provide Laptops for Underprivileged Students
Assist students in need by providing the proper technology required to excel in their studies.
Grow More, Give More with Pop-Up Gardens
Fight food hunger in Alabama with portable, inexpensive, and easy-to-grow garden kits that provide nutritious, healthy food.
Fight Breast Cancer with the Gene Machine 2.0
The Gene Machine 2.0: The Next Generation is a new, more reliable automobile that will allow the Gene Machine team better access to rural Alabama communities.
Create a Socially Responsible Supply Chain Course
Develop a supply chain management course for students focused on experiential programming.
Expand and Enhance the KPNC Nature Playground
With thousands of visitors, the KPNC Nature Playground needs a complete repair and refurbishment of all the stations, apparatuses, and structures.
Create STEM Field Trips for Students from Alabama’s Black Belt
Enable students from Alabama Black Belt schools to participate in field trips to the NASA U.S. Space and Rocket Center and more during STEM Summer Academies.
Restore Rare, Historic Books
Dating from the 1500s and 1600s, Auburn University Libraries would like to use professional services to restore rare, historic books in fragile condition.
Save Pet Lives with the Patient Emergency Treatment Fund
Help offset the cost of emergency treatment when small animal owners need financial assistance.
Apply Classroom Learning with NASA Robotics Competitions
NASA robotics competitions are great opportunities for engineering students. They need prototyping tools, building materials and travel funds.
Cooking with the EAGLES
Help EAGLES students learn about nutrition and healthy food choices with kitchen tool kits for their Grocery Shopping and Meal Prep classes.
Teach Venomous-Snake Safety and Handling
Help provide free venomous-snake safety and handling workshops for first responders, Extension personnel and community members.
Enhance Gameday for Wheelchair Basketball
Give the Wheelchair Basketball gameday experience an upgrade with a new LED front-lit score table, sideline chairs, and more.
Increase Access to Services for Children with Autism
Alleviate the financial burden some families face when seeking behavioral and assessment services for their children with autism.
Build a Puppy Splash Pad for Auburn Dogs-in-Training
Canine Performance Sciences puppies work hard training to help keep us safe. They love water, and a doggie splash pad will give them an enrichment opportunity.
Pioneer No-Cost Professional Development for Educators
Auburn is pioneering Alabama’s first micro-credential badge program for teachers and administrators, providing accessible continuing education courses.
Mannequins that Represent All
Help the Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production Management program incorporate diversity and inclusion with updated mannequins and dress forms.
Keep the Bass Fishing Club on the Water
Help student anglers set a new standard for success in the Bass Fishing Club’s quest for a national title by ensuring they can travel to competitions.
Improve Access to Eating Disorder Therapy Services
Provide low-cost services to community members in the newly established Auburn Eating Disorders Clinic.
Ensure No Singer Is Left Behind
AU Singers provide choral entertainment for all ages with diverse musical styles. The group needs new risers, costumes, and membership dues coverage.
Send the Mock Trial Competition Team On the Road
Get the Mock Trial Competition Team ready with the funds and equipment they need to compete against other universities.
Upgrade Sewing Machines for Department of Theatre and Dance
Ensure students are trained on state-of-the-art sewing machines used in costume shops on Broadway and beyond.
Build a Film Lab for Auburn Student Filmmakers
The Advanced Film Lab will be a dedicated learning space for student filmmakers in Auburn’s Visual Media Program.
Encourage the Ethics Bowl Team in Competition
Cover the cost of student travel to The Ethics Bowl, a regional event that fosters the ability to rationally discuss important moral issues.
Bring Pharmaceutical and Drug-free Education to Alabama Students
Develop an outreach initiative to middle and junior high school students that educates them about the pharmacy profession and the harms of illicit drug use.
STEP into Nursing Summer Bridge Program
Establish the Summer Transition to Excellence Program (STEP into Nursing) for students transitioning from high school to college with an interest in nursing.
Connect Volunteers through AuburnServes
AuburnServes connects students, faculty and staff to community volunteer opportunities. Update their network platform to better organize their outreach efforts.
Let the Music Play in London and Spain
Create a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for members of the Auburn University Choirs and Auburn University Symphonic Winds to tour abroad.
Support Scholarships for Success
The Government and Economic Development Institute (GEDI) provides training and education programs throughout Alabama to help our citizens thrive.
Enable Young Professionals in Training
Empower 5th-12th grade students in Lee and Macon counties with a mentoring and tutoring program that exposes students to majors and careers on Auburn’s campus.
Commemorate Black Farm Communities in Alabama
Alabama’s Black farm communities laid the foundation for the nation’s civil rights movement. Historical markers will tell these important stories.
Showcase Multicultural Learning with Global Community Day
The Global Community Day Festival showcases Auburn University and the surrounding communities' diverse population, enhancing unity and multicultural learning.
Renovate Group Therapy Space
As the group therapy program provided by Student Counseling and Psychological Services has expanded, there is an increased need for a dedicated group space.
Art Comes Alive with Student Gallery Guides
Auburn student employees are leading gallery tours at The Jule. Keep this program thriving so every visitor can enjoy our standout exhibitions.
Give Back to Communities through Field Internships
Field Internships with Alabama Cooperative Extension System introduce students to Extension and provide the opportunity to give back to communities.
Make the AU Community Garden Accessible for All
Radically change the accessibility of the AU Community Garden, with easy-to-use parking spots, paved walkways, and adaptable tools.
Help 4-H Stay on Target
Alabama’s 4-H archery program is growing and significant upgrades are necessary to continue providing top-notch programming for young people.
Inspire the Women of Auburn
Support future “Women of Auburn” strategic initiatives and programs through this Fund for Excellence, established by the Auburn Alumni Association.
Equip Chemistry Labs with a Critical Instrument
Ensure a fast and reliable technique for identifying materials with a critically needed new Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) instrument.
Provide Foreign Language Interpreters for Autism Families
Help the Auburn University Regional Autism Network reach families whose first language is not English who seek services and attend trainings.