GiveGab is Leading Innovation in Education Advancement and Fundraising Technology

Ithaca, NY, Oct. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GiveGab is leading innovation in advancement for higher education and K-12 schools by providing Giving Day, Crowdfunding, and year-round fundraising technology that is focused on accessibility during a time when virtual engagement is more important than ever.

Despite the uncertainty with fundraising events since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, GiveGab has seen the majority of our higher education Giving Days surpass their results from last year.

“When challenges strike, communities band together, and also entire universities band together in ways they haven’t before, leading them to collaborate and fundraise in different ways.” – Charlie Mulligan, CEO and Co-Founder of GiveGab

The built-in digital engagement tools and live stats on GiveGab’s Giving Day platform have helped drive growth in 2020. So far this year, repeat Higher Education Giving Days run on GiveGab have grown an average of 29.20% year-over-year! Many schools have

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Innovation Meets Education | CT Partners

Gone are the days when the only option for college was attending classes in person. With the rise of technology comes a rise in online education. Today’s college students are digital natives—tech savvy and plugged in—and colleges are quickly innovating to accommodate the changing needs of this new generation. Accredited online degrees and distance-learning programs are prevalent across the country and are viable options for prospective students. They offer flexibility, faculty mentorship, and high-quality instruction without the same commitment to an on-campus, four-year institution.

Online learning makes earning college degrees and certifications more accessible than ever before. One student needs to juggle her full-time teaching job with the latest political science seminars. Another has a demanding ministry internship, and he squeezes in classes on nights and weekends. A nursing major in Minnesota carries family obligations and is glad for the option of studying from home rather than relocating to campus.

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McKinstry breaks ground on Gonzaga, UW medical education and innovation center in U-District

A group of Spokane leaders had a vision more than 30 years ago to transform what was once a desolate railyard into an innovation district where private companies, education and health care intersect to create economic opportunity.

That vision continues to come to life as the 770-acre University District is now home to six universities, Avista Development’s and McKinstry’s Catalyst Building, and two medical schools – Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine and the University of Washington-Gonzaga University Regional Health Partnership, which is expanding health care education through a new building that broke ground Thursday via a virtual ceremony.

Seattle-based McKinstry and Gonzaga are developing the 90,000-square-foot structure at 840 E. Spokane Falls Blvd., which will house UW’s School of Medicine in Spokane and Gonzaga’s Department of Human Physiology, in addition to undergraduate courses in nursing and health sciences. The UW School of Medicine is currently in

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