In celebration of the Bicentennial of the Society of Alumni (200 years of alumni giving back!) and this November’s theme of “Home,” we invite you to share how you carry the spirit of Williams by giving back to your community through volunteerism and service.
From 2017 to 2019, alumni volunteered over 14,000 hours across the globe doing things that are meaningful to them and their communities as part of the TIF: Impact Challenge, originally developed by Nick Brownrigg ’16 and Jace Forbes-Cockell ’16. Those volunteer hours then multiplied their Alumni Fund gifts to Williams for a total of more than $1 million going directly to support students, faculty, and staff on campus. This challenge is coming back with a new name and during a new time of year, but with the same goal: giving back to our global community and supporting those on campus in Williamstown. The Biggest Little Community Challenge begins Monday, November 1, and runs through Monday, November 15.
Here’s how it works:
🗹 Volunteer – anywhere – and log your hours online during the 15-day challenge period. (Available Monday, 11/1/21)
🗹 Make a gift to Williams. Any size.
🗹 Multiply your gift by your number of volunteer hours, thanks to our generous challenge donors.
The more you volunteer, the greater your gift to Williams.