fsc-resizedThe Faculty-Staff Campaign, administered by Carolina Annual Giving, enables UNC employees to support any part of the University. Be it for an area that has had a particular impact on your life or just something you have a special affinity for, rest assured that your gift will be much appreciated—and much needed.

Faculty and staff can join the campaign by completing the employee gift form, and can give via:

  • Payroll deduction
  • Check
  • Credit card
  • Stock or
  • Bank draft

Opportunities include programs designed to directly benefit Carolina faculty and staff, such as the Carolina Family Scholarship Fund, the Carolina Campus Community Garden and the Sustainability Seed Fund.

Faculty and Staff Supporters

Tina CoyneSmith
Tina CoyneSmith
“I am so grateful for the opportunities I have had here and my support shows how much I value it. I want to give back to the place that has given so much to me and my family. I have the benefit of seeing firsthand how my small gift combined with so many others creates a really pretty significant fund that our dean can use to invest in students, faculty and areas of greatest strategic opportunity and need.”
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Wesley C. “Butch” Fowler, Jr.
Wesley C. “Butch” Fowler, Jr.
“Carolina gave me a great education (rare in my family) during undergraduate (math), medical school and my residency medical training. Why would one not give back to a place that gave them the opportunity to be where they are?”
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S. Elizabeth Gibson
S. Elizabeth Gibson
“I give because I believe in the University’s mission and have seen up-close the impact it has on our students, the state, and the world. I want to do as much as I can to support that mission.”
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Brad Wilson
Brad Wilson
“As an alumnus of UNC, I support the Department of Public Policy. They did a great job of preparing me to work with non-profits in the environmental and health fields. I support UNC Family Medicine because of the mission. As a native North Carolinian, I am very aware of just how many of our communities, especially rural and underserved, do not have access to high quality primary care.”
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