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Private Giving in the News

Here are some pivotal gifts to Carolina that are having an impact on the life and work of the University today and will help ensure an even brighter tomorrow.

The Campaign for Carolina has eclipsed $2 billion with more than four years remaining in the $4.25 billion fundraising drive.

Dear Tar Heels, Having crossed the $2 billion mark in For All Kind: the Campaign for Carolina, the most ambitious fundraising campaign in Carolina’s history, we are filled with gratitude and appreciation for th…

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Blue Cross Blue Shield invests $1.2 million to support UNC School of Medicine Physician Assistant Studies program

The UNC School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant Studies (PA) program will benefit from a $1.2 million investment from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina as part of a statewide initiative to support p…

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Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation grant supports UNC School of Medicine program to improve care for Afib patients

As part of a program supported by a three-year $1.7 million grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, the UNC School of Medicine will host a continuing professional education symposium on March 10 to educ…

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UNC-Chapel Hill exceeds challenge by $25 million, raising $65 million for scholarships

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill celebrated its 224th anniversary and announced that the one-year Give for Good: Scholarship Challenge raised more than $65 million to support the Carolina Covenan…

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UNC-Chapel Hill accepts $10 million challenge to support world-class faculty

Triggered by a $10 million gift from alumnus John G. Ellison, Jr., the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has accepted a $10 million challenge to help retain and reward current outstanding faculty and…

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Red, White and Carolina Blue Challenge: UNC-Chapel Hill accepts $20 million challenge to support education for military families

With the launch of “For All Kind: The Campaign for Carolina” on Oct. 6, 2017, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has announced a $20 million challenge in support of need-based aid for the children…

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