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Change Lives this #GivingTuesday

Over the past seven decades, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation has developed intellectual and public leaders—generations of college faculty, as well as scholars and thinkers in fields like school administration, public policy, ethics and values, gender studies, and other areas of national need.

On December 1, help continue that legacy by joining Woodrow Wilson for #GivingTuesday—the movement to encourage giving during a consumer-driven holiday season. With your show of support by tweet, by Facebook post, or by donation, you can be a part of the WW story and help make more opportunities like this possible:

When Monica A. Coleman was pursuing her studies, she didn’t realize she could major in something she actually liked. With her Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Humanistic Studies in 2000 and Career Enhancement Fellowship in 2009, Dr. Coleman was able to take those likes to places she didn’t expect:

There’s no such thing as having too much funding as a doctoral student—what made having fellowship funding so huge for me was getting to go to a school that I would not have been able to choose without it.

Last year, Americans spent about $53.5 billion on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. #GivingTuesday raised an estimated $45.7 million for 4,396 unique non-profit organizations on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. That’s less than a tenth of one percent of total holiday shopping revenues on the nation’s biggest retail days, but for non-profit organizations like Woodrow Wilson, it’s much-needed funding that makes support and service possible for millions of people.

Join WW by signing up for our Thunderclap, spreading the word on your social media accounts, or giving financially at Woodrow.org/support.


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