Contact Division of Communications
(773) 988-2106

CHICAGO, IL – The HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) announces 107 days of HBCU Campaigning & Giving. The campaign designed to encourage individuals to donate to the financial needs of students, and furthering academic success at Historically Black Colleges and Universities as well as Predominately Black Institutions.

Each day for 107 days, HCF will choose an HBCU or PB to advertise on social media in encouraging supporters throughout the day to make donations directly to the selected institution and its students in enhancing scholarship funding, programs, and services. The initiative will also provide educational fun facts and history about the schools.

The official hashtag will be #HBCUCAMPAIGN.

The first round of selected schools are:

  • July 23rd – Clinton College
  • July 24th – Paine College
  • July 25th – Denmark Technical College
  • July 26th – Paul Quinn College
  • July 27th – Stillman College
  • July 28th – Morris College
  • July 30th – Harris-Stowe State University
  • July 31st – Claflin University
  • August 1st – Chicago State University

The remaining schedule will be announced closer to the ending of the first round of selected schools.

For more information, please contact HCF’s Division of Communications, at or (773) 988-2106.

Follow HBCU Campaign Fund on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @HBCUCampaign.


About HBCU Campaign Fund

HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) is a non-profit advocacy organization which is mission to supporting the significance and campaign in raising funds for scholarships and services at historically black colleges and universities and predominately black institutions. HCF advocates for students, alumni, HBCU and PB institutions. For more information, visit


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