Help Support AidData's Work on "One Tribe, One Day"

Today, April 19, the entire William & Mary community will band together to celebrate One Tribe One Day — the third such annual giving day for the University. Students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni, and supporters can make a gift of any size to any part of William & Mary, adding your name to the record-breaking goal of 7,000 unique donors we are hoping will give on that day to the University.

Should you choose to support AidData, know that your investment will go towards activities like funding student innovation in aid transparency, or helping place future Summer Fellows with partner organizations in developing countries.

The video below features Lu Sevier describing her varied learning and work experience at AidData both as a research assistant and as an AidData Summer Fellow in 2015. Lu is amazing, but there is a growing cohort of W&M students who have done equally neat things while with us.

As in previous years, on One Tribe, One Day, we are asking our friends to make a $16.93 contribution to AidData. Or more, if able. Why $16.93? Since 1693, the College of William & Mary has been a hotbed of innovation, and your donation will help sustain AidData’s rapid growth as a center of excellence for international development policy, practice and research right here in Williamsburg.

Please consider showing your support for AidData today.