Support UT Dallas Today During North Texas Giving Day

North Texas Giving Day gifts made to UT Dallas will help support research and scholarship initiatives at the University. Donors can designate which area of the University they wish to support.

Communication disorders, brain health and other research and scholarship initiatives at The University of Texas at Dallas will benefit from gifts made today through the Communities Foundation of Texas’ North Texas Giving Day website.

North Texas Giving Day is the largest single-day of giving in the country. Gifts can be made to UT Dallas, its Callier Center for Communication Disorders, or its Center for BrainHealth.

This year, gifts to the Callier Center will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $70,000, generating greater impact for the center’s work providing treatment for children with hearing loss. The Delta Zeta sorority will also host a booth in support of the Callier Center on the Margaret McDermott Trellis Plaza throughout the day.

In 2018 North Texas Giving Day raised more than $48 million for some 2,700 local nonprofits. Contributions to UT Dallas exceeded $150,000.

Make your gift today by visiting the UT Dallas giving page. Donations can be made to any area of UT Dallas by including your designation in the notes section.

Media Contact: Daniel Steele, UT Dallas, (972) 883-5485, [email protected], or the Office of Media Relations, UT Dallas, (972) 883-2155, [email protected].