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Show your Roadrunner Pride! The Day of Giving is coming up on April 5, it is your turn to join our engaged network of students, parents, alumni, faculty/staff, and friends to create a connection by giving to Ramapo College.









On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, the Student Government Association and the Ramapo College Foundation will partner together and host this year’s Day of Giving. Funds raised will benefit the Student Relief Fund and the Fund for Ramapo College.

In honor of all Ramapo College students on and off campus, the Day of Giving will celebrate students by congratulating them on a “Job Well Done” for their leadership and willingness to stay focused through exceptionally hard times.

On April 5, we invite you to make your gift to the 2021-22 Student Relief Fund and the Fund for Ramapo College. The Student Government Association and the Ramapo College Foundation have set an ambitious goal to inspire 100 donors to give or pledge in ONE DAY to congratulate each student on a “Job Well Done”. Yes, that’s 24 hours!

You may give by any of the following ways:

  1. Use GiveButter-Venmo
  3. Mail a check postmarked April 5 made payable to: The Ramapo College Foundation.
  4. Call Andrea Buser at 201-684-6819 to make a credit card donation.
  5. IRA Charitable Rollover:
  6. Appreciated Securities:

Your generosity provides funding for student scholarships, faculty research grants, and special campus projects. Make a life-changing donation or pledge today! Thank you for your consideration and for empowering the next generation of leaders.

The “Day of Giving” goes a little further to help!

With the current events in the Ukraine, a local Ramsey family is helping their family through the very direct and catastrophic impact on their families.  They have taken in their 2 cousins along with their 6 children ranging in age from 1 to eight years old.  These young women never imagined leaving the Ukraine as it is their home; however, they feared for children’s lives and made the hardest decision of their lives. Fortunately, they were lucky to have somewhere to land.  They anticipate more family members will follow.  As you can imagine, the addition of eight people into a household comes with significant cost. Donations will go to pay for food, basic essentials and educational activities and materials as they left with just the clothes they were wearing. Click here