Each year, the Williston State College Foundation (WSCF) eagerly anticipates the arrival of fall, not just for the changing leaves and cooler temperatures, but for an annual event that has become synonymous with generosity and community support: Giving Day.

This remarkable day, lasting for 24 hours, serves as a beacon of hope for the institution, providing a platform to showcase Williston State College's excellence while raising critical funds for various campus projects. But Giving Day is more than just a fundraising endeavor; it's an opportunity to make a difference.


At the heart of Giving Day's effectiveness is the WSCF's commitment to matching every dollar contributed by generous donors. This means that when individuals or businesses make a contribution, their impact is instantly doubled, amplifying the support for projects that span a diverse array of fields. Whether your passion lies in mathematics and science, health and wellness, career and technology, the arts and human services, endowments for scholarships, or sports, Giving Day invites you to be a part of the transformation.

Last Giving Day/Hunter Berg
Last Giving Day/Hunter Berg

Hunter Berg, WSC Association Director/Alumni, emphasizes the power of this one-to-one matching system. He urges community members, alumni, students, and local businesses to seize this unique opportunity to make a lasting impact on the college. Berg underlines that Giving Day has become a national trend, embraced by colleges, universities, and non-profit organizations across the country in recent years. It's a day to unite and rally behind a shared vision of a brighter future for education.

As Giving Day continues to gain momentum and support, the WSCF envisions its growth with enthusiasm. On Wednesday, September 20, everyone is invited to join this extraordinary initiative at the WSC Foundation's address, 721 East Highland Drive, Suite D in Williston. Let's celebrate the spirit of giving and ensure that Williston State College continues to thrive and provide exceptional education for years to come.

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