You’re Invited: Become a CBE Ambassador for Husky Giving Day!

Dear CBE Faculty & Staff,
Husky Giving Day is 16 days away!  This year we are focusing on the CBE Dean’s Fund for Excellence that provides flexible funding in support of emerging needs across the college.  Examples include: unexpected costs for added classroom technology during the pandemic, supplemental funding used in student recruitment efforts, gap funding to support the CBE Diversity Council, and more!  We hope to count on you to help amplify this campaign over the next few weeks and especially on April 7, 2022!  Please read on to learn how you can get involved.
Help share our message far and wide by becoming a CBE Ambassador.  As an ambassador, we would ask you to help promote Husky Giving Day by posting on your social media accounts, sending emails, and sharing CBE’s messages at a pace that suits your schedule leading up to and on April 7th.
You can sign up to be a CBE Ambassador at the bottom of our Husky Giving Day page (shown below) or reach out directly to me (
Ambassadors will be provided access to unique social media graphics, a personalized URL to track their individual impact on Husky Giving Day, and get updates directly from the Giving Day team.
Looking for other ways to support?



No matter how you choose to engage, we appreciate your partnership and support this Husky Giving Day!


Questions? Contact me at
Thank you!

Laura + CBE Advancement Team

Laura Barrera | she/her
Assistant Director, Advancement Services

College of Built Environments
Box 355726 | Seattle, WA 98195 

(o) 206-221-2789 | (f) 206-543-2463 



#HuskyGivingDay is coming up on April 7th!  Join us for 24 hours of opportunities to celebrate and support CBE.  Mark your calendar and follow College of Built Environments on social media to get involved!

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