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How can you financially assist HCF?
Your financial contribution will support the HBCU Campaign Fund and its initiatives programs that are established to aid students, HBCU and PB institutions in countless ways. Please see below the initiative programs that are offered.
HBCU/PBI Football, Basketball and Recruitment Tour
During the academic year, HCF hit the road to visit campuses, support HBCU football classic and participate in recruitment fairs. This is initiative was estbalish to display HBCU excellence through college football and joint with the Division of Recruitment to assist students to choosing to attend an HBCU. This initiative also gives HCF the opportunites to interactive with students, parents, supporters, communities, and HBCU institutions or partner organizations involved.
HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine
The HBCU Royalty Dictionary magazine competition is an initiative that highlights newly elected Kings, Queens and SGA President in a magazine with a pre-submitted biography of the finalist inducted. The participants go through a voting process, and the top 20 voted feature in the magazine. The participant's biography consists of a series of questions relating to their campus involvement, improvement, strengths, motivation and upcoming plans during their reign and term. The magazine is designed to bring representation and more positive perspective on the students and HBCU campuses.
Supported Institution of the Month Initiative Program
The Supported Institution of the Month Initiative Program is a program that annually selects twelve parnter school with support by HCF, which are supported through areas of infrastructure, academic programs, fundraising, recruitment and enrollment, and institutional development. The partner schools are exposed to HCF audiance and support system socially and publicily and are giving the opportunity to be advocated through a month on HCF social media handles. During the partner schools selected months, HCF strives to bring awareness towards increasing recruitment and monetary giving (if the school has chosen to do so, through its institutional advancement or foundation office).
For more information about the Supported Institution program, visit www.hbcucampaignfund.org/programs/supportedinstitutions.
Your designated gifts to the HCF Student General Scholarship Fund goes directly to scholarships that will aid students in need through a scholarship application selection process and during HCF's Supported Institution of the Month Initiative scholarship recipients. The candidates must meet the subject requirements and eligibility. All available scholarships are posted on HCF's website.This year, HCF has contributed a total of $930 to student scholarships at Lincoln University of Missouri during the President's Gala and Award Auction as well as the President's Inaugural Ball.
Division of Recruitment
The Division of Recruitment at HBCU Campaign Fund serves to aid students into choosing HBCU. The Division of Recruitment travels to different college fairs and events providing students with information to guide them through their college experience better while assisting them to choose the right and best fit HBCU and PBI institution in furthering their education. For more information, visit www.hbcucampaignfund.org/divisions/recruitment/.
About HBCU Campaign Fund
The HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) is a non-profit organization with the mission to supporting the signficance of all the 107 historically black colleges and universities as well as predominately black institutions in the United States. HCF supports their mission, rich history, prestigious tradition, chancellors and presidents, faculty and staff, students, alumni and supporters. HCF serves as advocates for students, alumni and HBCU's in assisting with making sure that HBCU and PBI institutions continue to serve academic excellences for years to come.
Explore our website to learn more about HBCU Campaign Fund and the opportunities it offers.