NC State Day of Giving Is Postponed

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[View Coronavirus / COVID-19 Updates from Administration]

In recent weeks, you have received communication and instructions regarding our second annual NC State Day of Giving and expanded opportunities for Extension this year, which was scheduled for March 25.
NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson has announced that, because of the university’s concern and caution regarding the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on campus and throughout our communities, Day of Giving will be postponed. NC State’s focus right now is keeping our Pack strong.
In the days and weeks ahead, additional information will be provided to our Extension centers about how we will move forward with our local fundraising efforts. Until that time, please exercise patience as we grapple with completely new scenarios and work together toward the most positive outcomes possible for our Extension family.
We will provide further guidance and information as soon as it is available, but wanted to make sure you were aware of this development.
More information about NC State’s response to COVID-19, university announcements, important updates and a growing list of resources can be found at