Last year, in a unified show of Gator goodness, thousands of University of Florida alumni, students, faculty, staff, friends and families set a UF record during Stand Up & Holler, the third annual Gator Nation Giving Day.
On February 17, 2022, we call upon Gators everywhere to once again stand up for UF by making a gift of any size to the college, unit, research area or program that means the most to you. Our goal this year is ambitious – 23,000 gifts in 24 hours – but every donation supports UF’s far-reaching work and Top 5 status
What is “Stand Up and Holler?”
Stand Up & Holler is UF’s fourth annual giving day, a full 24-hour fundraising event, calling on all University of Florida alumni, students, faculty, staff, families and friends to come together to support UF and all of its areas of positive impact in our state, nation and world. The event takes place on Feb. 17, 2022, beginning at 12 a.m. EST and concluding at 11:59 p.m. PST.
Gator nation giving day
The PT Challenge
Stand Up and Holler for the College of Public Health and Health Professions' Department of Physical Therapy!
What is the goal?
Our goal is 23,000 gifts in 24 hours. Gifts can be directed to the school, department, research initiative, campus activity, UF program or an area of greatest need that means the most to you.
The PT Challenge: Rolf M. and Anne T. Kuhns Endowed Scholarship Fund for Physical Therapy
Rolf and Anne Kuhns, long-time supporters of the Department of Physical Therapy, will match every dollar 5:1, up to $2,500. Supports students studying physical therapy demonstrating excellence in clinical skill and acuity.
The Physical Therapy Alumni and Friends Scholarship Fund
Our faculty and staff have also committed to matching gifts made to the Alumni and Friends Scholarship, up to $2,000.
The Alumni and Friends Scholarship supports one or more Physical Therapy students(s) who individually meet one or more of the following criteria: (1) is a first generation college student; (2) has actively worked to overcome educational, social, or family disadvantages; (3) has demonstrated a commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion; and/or (4) has demonstrated academic merit and leadership potential.