Oh, the things we can do thanks to contributions from you…
Thanks to funds from the John Huland Carmical Foundation, our Sports Media students can train students at local high schools how to produce their own sports media broadcasts.
Carolyn Caudell Tieger (ABJ '69) funded the Public Affairs Communications certificate program, the first of its kind in the country educating students on the discipline of communications for policymaking and issues advocacy.
Volunteering as production assistants at the annual Peabody Awards is frequently cited as a favorite experience among students. We appreciate contributions that make this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity a reality.
Conrad Fink (r.) was one of the most influential professors to walk our hallways and contributions to the Fink Fund help students and continue this professor's enduring legacy.
Ashley Carter (AB '20) describes the UGA Black Alumni Oral History project, one of several projects made possible by the Giving Voice to the Voiceless grant by Charlayne Hunter-Gault (ABJ '63) and her husband, Ron Gault.
Grady donors are changing lives every day. Their support removes obstacles and opens doors for students. It enables the world’s greatest creators and sharers of knowledge, our educators and researchers, to do more for our state and our world.
Invest in Our Future
36 gifts of $25 pay for a bus to send a group of Grady students to Atlanta for the day where they will tour workplaces, network with alumni and friends, and perhaps take the first steps towards an internship or job.
20 gifts of $50 provide a full scholarship for a Grady Student to spend their Maymester studying and learning in New York City.
50 gifts of $100 supply a full scholarship for a student to attend the Cannes Film Festival in France, where Grady students are the only group of college students from the United States meeting top professionals in the entertainment industry.
8 gifts of $250 cover the costs of a professional-in-residence that can teach Grady students skills straight from the field, giving them unique experiences that are advantageous upon graduation.