Give to CCBL
A top priority of the University of North Florida is providing
students with rich, real-world opportunities that enhance their learning,
personal development, and community involvement while contributing to the greater
well-being of others.
UNF, community-based transformational learning provides students the
opportunity to directly participate in dynamic activities and experiences where
they can learn, while also serving the community.
You can make Community Engagement opportunities
accessible for all UNF students!
Impact on Jacksonville (16-17 Academic Year)
Students involved in Community Engagement
at UNF heavily invest their time and energy into the Northeast Florida Region
times UNF students were engaged in the community
- UNF students participated in 1,149 different Community
- Their service represents over $22.5 million in economic value*
- Total recorded hours – 989,184
*Based on Independent Sector’s 2016 value of
volunteer time of $22.70 per hour in the state of Florida
Why this Matters
Community Engagement is not
only good for Northeast Florida it is great for UNF students. The more students
we can get involved in community engagement activities the more successful they
Rate - 13% higher than other students (based on 15-16 data)
Additionally, a rich and
diverse community engagement experience is an important feature of a UNF
education. Every day we are working to broaden and deepen community engagement
efforts at UNF and compare our progress to trends in the National Campus Compact’s
National Campus Compact Survey
Data 30th Anniversary Report (2015)
# Of Courses
How you can Help
The easiest, most direct
way to make a gift to the Center for Community-Based Learning is to give online
using the link below. Gifts can also be made by personal check, through
credit/debit card transactions, cashier’s checks, or money orders made payable
to The University of North Florida.
Your contributions will go directly to offsetting costs to students by either directly paying for or providing scholarships to cover:
- Transportation to and from Days of Service
- Travel and lodging costs for Alternative Breaks
- Registration, travel and lodging costs for Community Engagement Conference participation
- Community Engagement Leadership Awards and Scholarships
For questions regarding
giving opportunities for the Center for Community-Based Learning, please
contact Chaz Runfola, Director of Development for Academic Affairs,
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 904-620-5895.
Every donor, every gift, makes a BIG difference
to students and the community!