Support ShawU Day of Giving – Letter from Co-Captains, Dr. Paulette R. Dillard and Dr. Mikael Broadway 

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Support ShawU Day of Giving – Letter from Co-Captains, Dr. Paulette R. Dillard and Dr. Mikael Broadway 
Shaw University - Day of Giving- Co-Captain Letter

Dear Friends:

What do you treasure most about Shaw University? Maybe the faculty who inspired your journey, the staff who made the student experience one to remember, or the friends you made along the way.

Behind every ShawU success story is an army of people who supported that story along the way – friends and peers, parents and families, faculty, staff, and coaches all play a role in supporting every student on their path forward – from the time they enroll until they graduate and become an alumnus. It is in this spirit that we ask all members of the Shaw community to harness the collective power of this effort and support #ShawUGives on Thursday, May 26th, our third annual Day of Giving.

Whether you are on campus making a difference in the classroom, or in the Raleigh community and beyond, there is no shortage of ways to show your support. Please visit here to make your gift and join hundreds of others in making a powerful, positive impact on the official ShawU Day of Giving.

We can do this… and come together for Shaw University!

One Day. One Goal.
One Bear Nation.


Dr. Dillard

Paulette R. Dillard, Ph.D., President, Day of Giving Co-Captain

Dr. Brodway

 Dr. Mikael Broadway, Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics, Day of Giving Co-Captain

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