Get ready to give!
26 May 2021
On G-Day, USC’s annual giving day, the USC community comes together to support students and initiatives that matter to us.
Juggling financial, family, work and study commitments isn’t easy for any student. However, some students face real obstacles, disadvantage and financial hardship during their study. The pressure can become too much and capable students give up hope of completing and drop out.
On G-Day we hope to change this. Giving to student support provides funds for Study Support Bursaries (open to apply now!) to make a difference for students who need just a little extra help to keep them on track to achieve their study goals at USC.
We’ve got big goals, but we know that, working together, our small acts of kindness can achieve a lot.
Can you help? If you’d like to help on G-Day, there are opportunities to donate and fundraise for an area that matters to you. Help spread the word and become a fundraising champion – it’s easy! Get behind G-Day and let’s watch the kindness grow and change everything for our students, communities and our vulnerable wildlife.
Transform a student's life
The Scott Williams Foundation will match every donation to student support up to $75,000 and Judy Renouf will donate an additional $10,000 when we reach 150 donations.
Save endangered koalas
Support the Koala Vaccine and Detection Dogs for Conservation programs. The Sandy Mitchell Legacy Fund has pledged $75,000 when we reach 150 donors towards the Koala Vaccine.
Improve community mental health
Bring ground-breaking programs in suicide prevention and mental health research to our communities. Norm and Ellen de Chastel will donate $10,000 when we reach 100 donors to mental health.
Choose an area that matters to you.
When you donate, all the money goes to the area you choose and you will help us reach the very generous matching gifts to increase the impact of your donations.
Watch the kindness grow
Once you've given, watch the tally climb on the on the giving day page.
Can you help to spread the word?
Share a Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and/or LinkedIn post using #USCGivingDay.