Faculty and Staff Giving

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Thanks to the great work of the faculty and staff members at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, together, we have created a diverse community devoted to improving public health, promoting individual well-being and eliminating health inequities across North Carolina and around the world. In addition to the many ways you support this mission, we hope you will make a tax-deductible gift to the Gillings School, your department, or an area of the school that is meaningful to you.


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Make a secure gift online anytime.


SPH Employee Payroll Deduction Form
If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to make a deduction from your paycheck, use the payroll deduction form.


Why I Give

Charletta Sims Evans“I give to the School because it’s a personal obligation. It’s my small way of paying it forward. Winston Churchill said it best, We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.”
–Charletta Sims Evans, assistant dean for student affairs


Johnston King “I give to Gillings because I believe in the mission and values of the School and the students, faculty, and staff who work diligently to make our mission a reality every day.”
–Johnston King, admissions coordinator


Elizabeth French“I’ve served on many student awards committees as a staff member at the Gillings School. I know their backgrounds, and I’ve seen the sacrifices many of them have made, even as students, to improve the health and lives of others.  And they never lose this idealism! They translate that idealism into action and impact. Those are the people and ideals I want to support!”
–Elizabeth French, assistant dean for strategic initiatives


 “When I established a scholarship for a Gillings student, I did so because I believe it is the soundest investment one can make. With our financial support, we see the returns of life-improving and life-saving innovations and the inspiration of the next generation of leaders in our field — the ones who will be joining the ranks of public health leadership with us.”
–Sandra Greene, Professor of the Practice, Health Policy and Management


Interested in sharing your comments about why you give? Send us an email at giving.sph@unc.edu.Why-You-Give-Button

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