Stand Up & Holler: It’s Gator Nation Giving Day!

Gator Nation Giving Day is a 24-hour fundraising event, calling on all UF alumni, students, faculty, staff, families and friends to come together to support UF and all its areas of positive impact in our state, nation and world. UFHR is proud to participate in Gator Nation Giving Day through our Aid-A-Gator program and Baby Gator Child Development Centers.

Originally established in response to the significant impact of Hurricane Irma in 2017 and completely dependent on donations, UF’s Aid-a-Gator assists employees experiencing emergent and unexpected financial hardships.

Baby Gator Child Development Centers offer high quality care to children ages six weeks to five years. Children grow and learn in a safe and healthy environment with a caring and attentive staff of well-trained early childhood educators. Baby Gator addresses the needs of all children and fosters growth in social, behavioral, cognitive, and physical skills and early literacy skills.

Today, Gators everywhere have a chance to stand up for UF by supporting the school, department, research initiative, campus activity or UF program that means the most to them. Gifts of all sizes are welcome, and we hope you will consider donating.

Learn more about Gator Nation Giving Day, the Aid-A-Gator program and Baby Gator.