Thanks to your generous support during yesterday’s Tiger Giving Day, nearly 100 incoming Honors College students will be able to participate in a variety of service learning opportunities through the k(no)w poverty? Week of Service.
We exceeded our Tiger Giving Day goal for a grand total of $19,415 and could not have done it without you. Thanks to you, we can now provide much-needed safety equipment, meals, educational materials, films, and cover the cost for speakers for next year’s participants.
It’s people like you who are making a difference in our state. Now our Week of Service participants will gain a deeper understanding of the complex subject of poverty through multiple lectures, topical films, and required reading, while simultaneously participating in hands-on service work. Every participant makes a difference in our effort to combat poverty in the state of Alabama!
Listen to a special message from Honors College Director, Dr. Tiffany Sippial: https://youtu.be/4JGcRkoseNE.
Learn more about the 2019 k(no)w poverty? Week of Service and keep up-to-date on the project: http://honors.auburn.edu/wos/
Again, thank you and War Eagle!
Honors College at Auburn University