Gifts to HHS
To Donate :
Contact: Barbara Wike '80
Director of Development and Gift Planning
School of Health and Human Sciences
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC, 27402-6170
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Office : (336) 256-1272
Cell : (336) 404-8469
Information about named endowments :
Named Endowments (PDF)
Through excellence in teaching, research, and service, we strive to enhance the health and wellness of the people of the state, region and nation. The school values diversity, creativity and balance in the life-long development of the total person.
Major Fundraising Objectives
The School of Health and Human Sciences is dedicated to making the world a safer, healthier, and more just. In order to support these efforts, we have a number of financial priorities, including the following:
- A new facility for the Child Care Education Program.
- An expanded Advising Center.
- Increased funding for Graduate and Undergraduate Research and Scholarships.
- Assistantships and scholarships.
- Faculty program funding.
See HHS Quick Facts
Ways to Donate
Donate Online to HHS Enrichment Fund :
- Under the subheading "Designations"
- Click on "Choose a different designation in the School of Health & Human Sciences "
- A window pops up
- Choose department
Donate directly to the Dr. Deborah (Deb) Cassidy Leadership Award :
You can also choose to donate to the Deb Cassidy Leadership Award directly.
This is award is given to recognize, reward and encourage demonstrated leadership in promoting educational equity and fairness for all young children by ensuring that teachers are well educated and compensated and culturally responsive to children and families.
This award will be given to early childhood students who graduate from the Master of Education (MEd) in Birth-Kindergarten Program with a concentration in Early Childhood Leadership & Program Administration.
Read about Deb Cassidy's life, and her contributions to UNCG, North Carolina, and Early Childhood Education. In 2015-16, Deb Cassidy was awarded the Max Garder Award, established by the UNC Board of Governors, to recognize faculty who have “made the greatest contributions to the welfare of the human race”.