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One Day, One Dayton

Plan to Give — April 14, 2021

MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR UD. MAKE YOUR GIFT APRIL 14.

Stay tuned to this website, your email and your favorite social media accounts to be ready to celebrate One Day, One Dayton with your Flyer family and friends.

One Day, One Dayton is a 24-hour giving effort to support the success of current and future Flyers. You can give any amount to any area including funds for scholarships, hands-on experiences, and student and faculty research. Or you could support programs and organizations that impact our students’ physical, mental and spiritual health. You can choose any area at UD that you are passionate about. The key is deciding where you want to make your impact, and then making your gift April 14.

Our goal is to reach 3,700 donors to UD in a single day. It's an opportunity to join in community to shine a unified light on the University and our students as we continue to learn, lead and serve for the benefit of us all.

Make Your Gift

One Day, One Dayton Activities

One Day, One Dayton 5k Walk/Run for Student Success

Fellow Flyers and friends from across the country are raising their heart rates while supporting current and future UD students. Check out the current leaders of the One Day, One Dayton 5K Run/Walk for Student Success.

FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

98%

increase in appeals for financial aid

$5.1 million

additional financial aid assistance provided to students

46,341

Campus Recreation wellness opportunities this fall

STORIES OF IMPACT

Rudy on ice

Community on Ice

If you strolled across campus today, you would likely do a double take when approaching Stuart Field. Per usual, students might be competing on the field — but in an ice rink.

Read more about the ice rink
The UD Way

The UD Way

You would struggle to find a harder working first-year student than Odyssey Oehme. Supporting herself while in school is a necessity, but nevertheless a daunting task.

Read more about Oehme
Family First

Family First

Vanessa Valadez ’20 remembers how hard her parents worked during her childhood. “They would always work on the weekends and try to find little jobs here and there, just for extra money.”

Read more about Vanessa Valadez