We are pleased to announce that La Sierra University’s Giving Day will take place on Wednesday, December 6, 2023! Things will be a little different this year as we will use December 6 as a way to jump start our giving season for the whole month! As always, Giving Day donations will be counted through December 31st.
Since 2016, La Sierra’s slogan has been Change Your World. I know that when your university is over 100 years old, eight years is relatively new—but while the phrase may yet be young, the idea of change has been a central tenant of our identity since our founding in 1922.
That’s a big reason why our annual “Giving Day” is so important to us. During the entire month of December, our alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and community come together to help enact real change on our campus; change that makes each of us a champion for higher education as we live up to the ideals set by our predecessors while looking forward to an equitable future.
The world is an uncertain place, and La Sierra is no exception. But Giving Day 2023 is an opportunity to join forces while supporting what matters to each of us. Over the last three years, Giving Day donations have jumpstarted department projects, established new endowments and scholarships, purchased classroom equipment, funded student research, and begun the long-awaited refurbishment of the Barnard Observatory. And that’s just a glimpse of what we can do.
15 departments and programs are participating! Your Giving Day gift makes a difference in areas YOU choose. Click HERE for a list of campaigns and ways to give.
Need help deciding? This Student Scholarships campaign supports La Sierra University education in all parts of campus.
Thank you for participating!
We will be accepting donations for Giving Day from now until December 31.
For questions, email [email protected] or call (951) 785-2500.
Virtual Events List
What Happens in Jordan Does Not Stay in Jordan: CNEA Projects Update (Archaeology Presentation) 7:00pm - 8:00pm
This will be an illustrated online visit to the major ongoing CNEA archaeological projects currently underway in Jordan, presented by CNEA archaeologists. Available on Zoom and Livestream.