A fundraising event for MSU programs, causes, and groups comes in time for us to show some love just before Valentine's Day. This 29-hour event, known as MSU Giving Day, aims to raise funds online for countless projects at the university including those involving scholarships, research, internships, travel, competition, equipment, public partnerships and more.

All MSU alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends are invited to participate beginning noon on Thursday, February 11th through 5 p.m. on Friday, February 12th. Special challenges and gift matching opportunities are happening throughout the 29-hour event that allow donors to magnify the impact of their gifts.

Last year MSU had over 1,500 participants and raised over $320,000. MSU's Giving Day 2021 aims this year to have over 2,000 donors. The theme this year is all about how MSU pushes the boundaries of teaching, research, and service. The university is blazing the trail to help move MSU's path forward and push Onward as Bobcats!

Here are just some of the project and groups involved this year:

  • Ag Research
  • Avalanch Education Center
  • Veteran Support Emergency Fund Match
  • Spirit of the West Marching Band
  • Help us #PlantTheFlag! for Bobcat Athletics
  • Bobcat Motorsports
  • Recognizing Dedicated Agriculture Faculty and Staff
  • Honey Bee Research
  • The Horse Leading People Project
  • And More!

You can give not only to the groups listed as part of Giving Day but you can support any
college or department, student-athletes or your favorite student group, you can make your gift to the area or areas of MSU that are most meaningful to you. Learn about all the projects and causes by using the button below.

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