Celebrating Ripon College! #OneDayRally 2022 reaches new highs
Following the most successful fundraising year in Ripon College’s history, loyal supporters from around the world came through once again with record-breaking totals for the fifth annual #OneDayRally giving day, Wednesday, April 27. The online campaign garnered a spirited show of support to sustain the Ripon Fund, Red Hawks Club in athletics and Friends of the Arts; and ultimately to support current and future Ripon College students.
When #OneDayRally came to a close at midnight, after a 24-hour campaign, $1,414,881 was raised from a record total of 2,217 donors. That was an increase of 129 donors above the previous #OneDayRally record set in 2021.
There were thousands of posts and shares on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media.
Highlights from #OneDayRally 2022
Top 3 classes for total donors
- 1978: 94 donors
- 2003: 49 donors
- 1977: 43 donors
Top 3 classes for total dollars raised
- 1983: $212,140
- 1973: $104,288
- 1981: $76,415
Affiliation breakdown of donors
- 319 Game Changers, who helped us inspire participation and new gifts through unique challenges.
- Alumni: 61%
- Students: 4 %
- Faculty/Staff: 7 %
- Parents: 6 %
- Friends: 6 %
- Unspecified: 16 %
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