$ 155,360 raised 447 gifts
Foodie Floor has raised $ 265 from 7 gifts!
Foodie Floor
Help Fund the Foodie Floor

Our vision was to teach residents the basic skills for cooking and baking, however, the Hayman kitchen is not set up to meet this goal. There are no pots or pans to cook with. No knives to cut with. We need to look outside of the residence life budget in order to buy the supplies necessary to teach students how to cook. The objective of this program is to prepare students with culinary knowledge and experience for life outside of college. In order to accomplish this, residents must have the ability to practice what they are taught, to experiment, and both succeed and fail.

An extraordinary experience, cooking and baking opens many doors to strive for this value primarily, it has been shown to help with stress for some people, provides an opportunity to meet people with similar interests, provides fun activities that are also educational.

Making the circle bigger. The question of, how we increase turnout at events? Is commonly asked yet it is almost always answered by two magic words, free and food. Events are crucial to expanding the circle, this is where people meet each other and build relationships. Food is one of few things in this world able to traverse all cultures, types of people, religions and so on, providing unique opportunities to expand our circle.

Face-to-face experiences. Cooking requires time and downtime which provides plentiful opportunities to have these interactions, while the water boils or while preparing vegetables the time is present. Finding purpose in life, cooking isn’t everyone’s passion or calling in life and for those it is they are probably at culinary school. For the rest of us, this value appears in a different way. A homecooked meal brings people together, old friends, parents, family, and most often it isn’t what we do in life that makes it fulfilling but who we spend it with. 

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Leaderboard
What Class Year has made the most gifts?
Thank you to all class years for participating in this years Give Day
What is your class year?
Rank Answer Gifts
1 2015 22
2 1966 13
3 1978 12
4 2001 10
5 2019 10
6 2018 10
7 1967 10
8 2011 9
9 2016 9
10 2017 9
11 1997 8
12 1968 8
13 2004 7
14 2005 7
15 2006 7
16 1975 7
17 2003 6
18 2012 6
19 1999 6
20 1976 6
21 2000 5
22 1995 5
23 1969 5
24 2009 5
25 1994 5
26 2013 5
27 2014 5
28 2007 4
29 1973 4
30 2002 4
31 1971 4
32 1989 3
33 1959 3
34 1993 3
35 1996 3
36 1979 3
37 1980 3
38 1998 3
39 2010 3
40 1987 3
41 1983 3
42 1986 2
43 1964 2
44 1961 2
45 1974 2
46 1982 2
47 1965 2
48 1990 2
49 2020 2
50 1991 2
51 1972 2
52 1985 1
53 1988 1
54 1970 1
55 1960 1
56 2008 1
57 1977 1
58 1992 1
59 1957 1
60 1984 1
61 1956 1
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Leaderboard
Which Department can get the most gifts?
Thank you to all that particpated!
Rank Department Gifts
1 Boone Fund 114
2 Museum of Natural History 40
3 All Other Scholarships 37
4 Academic Departments and Programs 34
5 Men's Soccer 29
6 Women's Soccer 28
7 General Scholarship Fund 23
8 Dr. Frank Blood Memorial Scholarship 19
9 Another Designation 18
10 Sigma Chi Endowed Scholarship 17
11 1970's Come Together Scholarship 15
12 Lacrosse 14
13 Boone Table 13
14 Cross Country/Track and Field 9
15 Softball 9
16 Men's Basketball 7
17 Ski and Snowboard Team 7
18 Foodie Floor 7
19 Senior Legacy 5
20 Swimming and Diving 4
21 Campus Ministries 4
22 Learning Abroad 3
23 Alumni 2
24 Football 2
25 Campus Beautification 2
26 Tennis 2
27 Baseball 1
28 Volleyball 1
29 Outdoor Program 1
30 Golf 0
31 Women's Basketball 0
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Leaderboard
Which Ambassador can bring in the most gifts?
Congrats!
Rank Name Gifts
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