Giving Tuesday

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We did it! Together, we unlocked $60,000 for the Butler Fund for Student Scholarship. Gifts to the Butler Fund for Students Scholarship provide students the financial assistance they need to put a top-ranked Butler education within reach.

Together, Bulldogs give back. Together, Bulldogs do more.

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On the heels of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the #GivingTuesday movement began in 2012 as a way to unite us all in a day of generosity, to make a difference in the world at the start of this busy holiday season. By making a gift to Butler University this #GivingTuesday, YOU can make a difference in the lives of students.


Do more on #GivingTuesday by making your gift and encouraging your Butler network to do the same! Follow, share, and re-tweet Butler’s #GivingTuesday updates on Facebook and Twitter. You can also share your #GivingTuesday pride by changing your cover photo or profile picture on Facebook or Twitter.

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Download and save the image you want to your computer, and then simply go to your Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter profile to upload your new profile picture.

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You can show your Bulldog pride on your Facebook profile picture by adding a frame! Click below or search for the Butler University #GivingTuesday frame on Facebook.

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