CHICAGO, IL -The HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) announces 102 days of HBCU Campaigning & Giving. This campaign is designed to encourage individuals to make a donation directly to an Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) of their choice in support of student scholarships, academic success, and programs.
For 102 days, HCF will choose an HBCU or MSI that will take over its social media accounts as well as other communications outlets to bring awareness towards throughout its designated day. The day will be consist of encouraging individuals to support the selected school with monetary donations to enhance scholarship funds, academic success, and programs. The campaign will also provide fun educational facts, history and latest news about the selected schools.
The campaign will kick-off during Black History Month on February 1st, and the official hashtags to engage on social media is #CampaignForHBCUs #102DaysofHBCUCampaigning.
The first round of selected schools are as follows:
- February 3 – Talladega College
- February 4 – Voorhees College
- February 5 – Stillman College
- February 6 – Clark Atlanta University
- February 7 – Simmons College of Kentucky
- February 8 – Jackson State University
- February 9 – Tougaloo College
- February 10 – Alcorn State University
- February 11 – Mississippi Valley State University
- February 12 – Coahoma Community College.
- February 13 – Rust College
- February 14 – Philander Smith College
- February 15 – University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff
- February 16 – Shorter College
- February 17 – Arkansas Baptist College
- February 18 – Kentucky State University
The remaining schools will be announced closer to the ending of the first round of selected schools.
For more information, please contact the Division of Alumni Affairs and Development at HCF by phone at 773-988-2106 or email to email@example.com.
About HBCU Campaign Fund
Founded in 2012, HCF is the vision and brainchild of founder Mr. Demetrius Johnson, Jr. In 2015, HCF incorporated its mission to supporting the significance and raising funds for scholarships and services at HBCUs and MSIs. HCF today remains as a strong advocate for students and higher education. For more information, visit www.hbcucampaignfund.org.