#GivingTuesday: Support the University Libraries

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#GivingTuesday: Support the University Libraries

Giving Tuesday, or more commonly known as #GivingTuesday for online activism, is held every first Tuesday in December. It is a global effort that encourages people to do good for others. The #GivingTuesday movement was created in 2012 by the New York 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation. It was created to encourage an international day of charitable giving at the beginning of the holiday season.

This year, our Loyola University Chicago community is celebrating this annual day of giving for the sixth time, but we know that our students, faculty, staff, and alumni exemplify the tenet of generosity every day armed with values and skills gained during their time at Loyola.

The University Libraries thanks all of our friends and supporters who have generously donated money and time toward our vision to be Loyola’s gateway to the world of information and scholarship.

Your participation and contribution allow us to facilitate the pursuit of knowledge and creativity through user-focused services and collections in an inviting, collaborative, and innovative environment. Please consider supporting the University Libraries in one of many ways. Visit libraries.luc.edu/support OR make an online gift, luc.edu/librariesgiving .

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