Support UW Chemistry this Giving Tuesday

Submitted by Diana Knight on

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of giving.

The University of Washington Department of Chemistry is joining the PNW community for #GivingTuesday on November 28, 2023!

Your gift to the Friends of Chemistry Fund provides unrestricted support so we can use it where it’s needed most. In the past year, your gifts have made a tangible impact on:

  • Support for undergraduate and graduate students in the forms of scholarships, fellowships, merit awards, travel awards, and research stipends.
  • Research activities, including four seminar series that have brought leading scholars from across the globe to share their research with our faculty and students and provided opportunities for interdisciplinary and cross-institutional collaborations.
  • The culture, community, and wellbeing of students and postdocs by funding departmental events and student clubs. Student clubs including Free Radicals, the Graduate Student Club, oSTEM, and Inclusion in Chemical Sciences at UW provide opportunities for members of the department to connect with each other, network, build leadership skills, and manage their own professional development and wellbeing programs.

Please support the Friends of Chemistry fund now through #GivingTuesday on November 28, 2023, by visiting our Giving Tuesday page to make your gift online.

By participating in Giving Tuesday, you can strengthen the Department of Chemistry by directly supporting our departmental programming in the areas of student support, professional development and public education and outreach.

You can also Support Us by setting up your gift online or you may mail checks to:

University of Washington Foundation
Box 359505
Seattle, WA 98195-9505

Please make checks payable to the University of Washington Foundation and write “CHEDIS” on the memo line to indicate the Friends of Chemistry Fund. Specify that you would like your gift to count toward Giving Tuesday so we can include you in this campaign.

Supporters of the Department of Chemistry can contact Diana Knight. You may also contact