The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on our students, like it has for millions of people around the world. The stressors facing our students include more than just the move to all-online learning. Many have lost their jobs whether on-campus or off-campus in service jobs and are now facing an inability to pay day-to-day living expenses such as rent and food. Many now have to consider whether they can continue their education past this semester.
If you are considering a gift to UWM, a Covid-19 student emergency fund has been established, and we appreciate your consideration for this fund or the UWM food pantry fund.MAKE A GIFT TODAY
Thank you for considering a gift to Hebrew Studies. Your gift of any size makes a difference. All UWM Panthers are impacted by your generosity: our students and their families, our loyal faculty and staff, and our alumni near and far.
Please make a gift to Hebrew Studies today and designate it to an area of your choice, such as:
- Faye Greenberg Sigman Lecture Fund (#4615)
Supporting the annual lecture featuring a prominent female figure
- Alan D. Corre Judaic Studies Fund (#4627)
Providing scholarships and fellowships to students
- Center for Jewish Studies (#5763)
Supporting teaching, research, and outreach activities
- Chava Frankfurt-Nachmias Fund (#6769)
Providing scholarships, awards, and travel grants to students
Use the link above to support our emergency funds, or if you wish to support something else you may still use the link above and write in your intentions in the special instructions box.
To make a gift by check or phone, or for more information about planned giving and corporate and foundation philanthropy, please visit the UWM Office of Development.
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