Carolina Bell Ringers

Hark the Sound of … Carolina Bell Ringers

Like the reverberating echoes of the tower chimes, Carolina Bell Ringers’ support touches every corner of campus to help strengthen the foundation that makes Carolina great. Carolina cannot be all that it is without their continued support. Annual gifts define the University’s ability to be a great research university that excels in educating students at all levels.

Membership in the Carolina Bell Ringers requires donors to have made gifts in the most recent two consecutive academic years. We welcome anyone to join, both alumni and other friends of Carolina. Your gift may be designated to the Chancellor’s Unrestricted University Fund or to any school, academic program or department of the University.

To continue your Bell Ringers membership in academic year 2021-22, simply give any amount prior to June 30, 2022. There is no minimum gift to continue your membership.

At the end of each academic year, all Bell Ringers will receive a car decal, an acknowledgment from the Chancellor of their important role in Carolina’s annual giving efforts, and the satisfaction of helping Carolina maintain its status as a premier public university.

 


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