Answering the Call of Pro Humanitate

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Answering the call of Pro Humanitate

On March 28, Nathan and Julie Hatch established the Wake Forest Crisis Response Fund with a $100,000 gift to help students, employees and contract personnel facing personal financial hardship. Faculty, staff, alumni, parents and friends have rallied to the cause. To date, the Crisis Response Fund has paid out more than $430,000 to meet the needs of our community.

Thanks to the generosity of so many faculty, staff, students, alumni and parents, Wake Foresters are receiving help with housing, meals, family care and other basic necessities stemming from the temporary closing of campus and the unstable economy. But the need is great and continues to grow. We anticipate needing to extend an unprecedented amount of emergency financial aid in the coming months.

With your help, we seek to raise at least $1 million to help those in our University community who need it most.

Please answer the call of Pro Humanitate and join us today.

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Answering the call of Pro Humanitate

Donations are applied to:

All gifts allocated to the Wake Forest Crisis Response Fund directly

support students, faculty, and staff members affected by the novel

coronavirus (COVID-19). With your help, our Wake Forest family

members are receiving assistance with housing, meals, family care,

and basic necessities stemming from sheltering in place and the

temporary closing of campus.

How does my gift help?

Your gifts will support needs such as, but not limited to:

-Assistance with food needs of students and campus employees at home

-Assistance with housing crises, including basic rent payments

-Support for international students who are unable to return to their home country

-Extra medical needs of students in self-isolation or quarantine

-Unbudgeted costs for safety equipment for on-campus employees in housing and food service

-Access to technology for remote instruction

-Student travel expenses to return home

-Continuing pay for those who are experiencing reduced hours of work