Day of Giving

April 10, 2024

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences holds a prominent place in social work’s history as one of the nation’s first university-affiliated professional graduate schools of social work. We are a national network of scholars and practitioners who shape the course of social work and nonprofit practice and research to drive societal change in our backyard and around the world.

Ranked nationally as the #9 school, of social work and #1 in Ohio, students are the pivotal focus in all that we do. Our social work, nonprofit management, and PhD students are future Change Leaders committed to building a more just and inclusive society. Our dedicated alumni and friends help make this possible for our students.

We are eager to build upon Dean Voisin’s vision to substantially prepare our students with the unique skill set required to address human and social welfare issues affecting our communities today.  With your gift, you are supporting Dean Voisin’s progress in his tenure to advance leadership in social work and nonprofit education, scholarship and service to build a more just world. We are grateful for your support of our future Change Leaders.

Support this year's Day of Giving through the following areas:

Mandel School Annual Fund

Helps keep a robust pipeline of talented and committed Change Leaders dedicated to transforming lives.

Classroom Without Walls

An exciting, innovative approach to collaborative experiential learning that is anchored in an anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and decolonizing approach to social work practice.

Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Fundraising

Uniquely designed to advance professional competence and success of fundraising professionals through acquisition of specific industry knowledge leading to sustainable results.

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If you have questions or would like to learn more about supporting the 12th annual Day of Giving on April 10, 2024, please contact:

Aimee Bell
Associate Dean, Development and External Relations

Nada Di Franco
Executive Director Alumni and Donor Relations