Mark your calendar for the next Baylor Giving Day: March 16, 2022! Or Click Here to make an early gift today.

The foundation of social work is service to others. At Baylor’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, students have a unique opportunity to combine their faith and passion for service with sound theory and practice to better understand and appropriately engage the world around them. An education at the Garland School is an expression of how students can live out that faith experience in a tangible way, in an effort to bring about a more just environment. But many times, students need a little help getting there. 

What does that help look like? How can you help those following in your footsteps? We've got a few ideas:

  • $5 can help us support students with emergency needs, books, etc.

  • $15 can assist a student with registration fees and help send them to their very first professional conference to help further their career,

  • $25 to the Alicia Martinez Scholarship Fund can help students offset a heavy debt load as we work to fully fund this scholarship in memory of MSW student Alicia Martinez. And today your gift goes even further thanks to a match* from a generous donor.

We are asking you to help current and future students like you. Every gift matters, no matter the size. Every gift strengthens the School’s ability to continue training students to impact their communities and to inform the field of social work. We are grateful for each donor’s generosity!

Our four main priorities are listed below. Click on each image to learn more...

Alicia Martinez Memorial Endowed Scholarship Match
The Alicia Martinez Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund in Social Work was established in 2021 by her friends, classmates, faculty and mentors, to honor her memory and her passion for social justice and compassion for others. During Baylor's Giving Day, a group of anonymous donors are matching every gift dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000 in support of Alicia's scholarship fund.
$9,250 MATCHED
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