Next Level Giving at Voorhees University!

35% of $50,000 goal
This campaign ended on June 30, 2022, but you can still make a gift to Voorhees University by clicking here!

We are excited to launch The Next Level of Excellence giving campaign, our first significant fundraising effort at Voorhees University. We invite you to join us in being first. How? It’s simple. Click the giving link below and give.


Our goal with this campaign is to raise $50,000 to support scholarships, the annual fund, and the endowment. The campaign ends June 30, so hurry, click the link and give.


Ronnie Hopkins, the president of Voorhees University, has vowed to take our institution to the next level of excellence. He has defined the next level of excellence as broadening the institution’s academic offerings by increasing graduate degree programs. He plans to develop the Becoming Beloved Community initiative fully. The initiative will be home to the Rural Community Development Center, the Social Justice Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the Environmental Justice Institute, and the Center for Women’s Empowerment and Advancement.


President Hopkins is focused on sustainability for the campus by cultivating nearly 200 acres of land to be used for solar and organic farming. His plan is for the university to positively impact children and youth in Denmark, Bamberg, and other towns in rural South Carolina. Our students will be involved in these programs through service and experiential learning.

Please join Voorhees University in The Next Level of Excellence giving campaign by making your donation today. 

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