Ambassadors are the sparks that fuel UTHealth Giving Day. They inspire others by sharing about UTHealth and the difference we can make together.

When you become an ambassador, your role is simple: Draw on your passion for health to encourage your friends, families, colleagues, and classmates to support the many pursuits of UTHealth. As an ambassador, you will share information about UTHealth Giving Day with your network to help support the causes you care about. Post why you give on Facebook, connect with us on LinkedIn, tweet your #UTHealthGives story, or post a #UTHealthGivingDay selfie on Instagram and share UTHealth’s impact across social media.

By sharing your story and passion for health, you can help spread awareness of UTHealth Giving Day and encourage others to join our mission. The more you share, the more you will drive support for UTHealth and make a difference in our communities. 

How much time is needed?

We know everyone is busy, so that’s why we’ve made sure that becoming a UTHealth Giving Day ambassador is simple and requires very little time outside of:

  • A brief review of the Giving Day toolkit and resources
  • Spreading the word leading up to, and on, Giving Day!
  • Making a gift

How can you make an impact?

  • Make a gift on Giving Day
  • Communicate with your network leading up to, and on, Giving Day!
    • E-mail friends, family and colleagues
    • Share on social media
    • Utilize the toolkit provided after you register for more ideas on ways to maximize your personal and professional social media networks

How do you sign up? 

It's easy! Enter your email in the box to the right to get started. You'll receive an email directly from Scalefunder, our Giving Day platform, with further instructions. Thank you for joining us an ambassador!

Not quite ready to be an ambassador but still want to get involved? 

While we'd love for you to sign up to be an ambassador, there are still ways that you can help without doing so. Access our social media toolkit here and start sharing with your networks today. Raising awareness is just as important as raising money and we appreciate your involvement in helping us get the word out!