Hofstra Day of Giving might be over, but you can still support Hofstra Students!
Hofstra Day of Giving 2021

On April 5, 2021, Hofstra will celebrate its annual Day of Giving, a 24-hour online social media driven effort that supports the University and its programs.  This fundraising challenge aims to encourage philanthropic support from alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends.

Philanthropic support has enabled Hofstra to provide its students with a well-rounded student experience and a variety of transformative learning opportunities.  Whether it supports student scholarships, study-abroad programs, research opportunities, or engaging club activities, a gift to Hofstra directly affects the lives of students.

The Fund for Hofstra allows the University to support its most pressing needs, such as scholarship support that attracts talented and deserving students. While gifts to the Fund for Hofstra are encouraged, we understand that giving is personal. This year’s Day of Giving campaign will allow you to support an area of the University that matters to you most, whether it is an academic area, an athletic team or an alumni program.

Making a gift, no matter the size, helps Hofstra stay competitive in national rankings.

Donor Heatmap
Rank State Gifts
1 NY 508
2 NJ 53
3 PA 43
25 Gifts LHSC Alumni Challenge
When LHSC campaigns receive 25 gifts ($25 min) from alumni who have graduated before 2010, $250 will be unlocked thanks to the generosity of anonymous alumni
25 / 25 Gifts
School of Health Professions and Human Services Match Challenge
All gifts to the HPHS Student Experience Fund up to $3000 will be matched thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor.
$1,237 MATCHED
Gifts by Affiliation
Gifts received by affiliation.
What is your affiliation with Hofstra?
Rank Answer Gifts
1 Alumnus 452
2 Faculty/Staff 173
3 Friend 115
4 Parent 88
5 Student 11
Alumni Donors by Decade
See how many alumni have given by graduation decade.
If you are an alumnus, what decade did you graduate?
Rank Answer Donors
1 2010s 75
2 2000s 57
3 1990s 50
4 1980s 42
5 1970s 27
6 1960s 14
7 2020s 10
8 1950s 4
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