Flag Day 2017

 

Flag Day 2017

 

Wednesday, April 12, marked the third annual GW Flag Day, a campus-wide effort to educate students, faculty, and staff about the ways in which philanthropy enables the Colonial experience.

George Washington's Commander-in-Chief flag was prominently displayed around campus to help identify the people and places supported by philanthropy.

Students participated in campus activities

  • A record-breaking 1,400 thank you cards were written to alumni donors in Kogan Plaza
  • First-ever Philanthroquest to learn about famous philanthropic landmarks and win prizes
  • School stations offered ways to learn more about donations at work in your school

Support Students on Flag Day

Wellbeing is part of keeping students in school and learning.

Student Wellness

Supporting students means more than just academics.  Unexpected emergencies can occur at any time and derail long term dreams.  The Ron Howard Assistance Fund helps during these times.

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GW Colonial Crowdfunding

Colonial Crowdfunding

Colonial Crowdfunding harnesses the power of the GW network to support student-led projects and ventures. Check out this spring’s five featured student organizations.

Learn more about the Crowdfunding Projects