Employee Giving

Employees are the heart of Thomas Nelson. Last year, Thomas Nelson employees generously gave $32,494 in support of the College’s mission. 

Organized by Thomas Nelson’s Educational Foundation, the annual employee giving campaign takes place throughout the year, with a kickoff event in the fall. 

Thomas Nelson employees can be proud of the impact of their gifts: 

  • Scholarships are being funded.
  • First-generation college students have access to resources to help them excel. 
  • Visual and performing arts programs are able to enhance the college’s cultural atmosphere. 
  • Youth are able to be immersed in science and robotics at the Summer Technology Camp. 
  • We are able to provide more emergency funds.

Employee Giving Kickoff Event

Pie it Forward. Mix and mingle with colleagues, make a donation to support our campus community and enjoy a slice of your favorite fall dessert topped with a scoop of ice cream or whipped cream.

Historic Triangle campus, President's Boardroom

Thursday, September 21, 1-3 p.m.

Hampton campus, Moore Hall, Espada room

Tuesday, September 26, 1-3 p.m.

Skip the line at Pie It Forward and enroll in the payroll deduction program.

Employee Deduction Program

In 2016-2017, employees donated:




Emergency Fund

Emergency Funds


The Arts

The Arts


Impact Fund

Impact Fund


Impact Fund

Gifts to the Impact Fund are immediately applied to the College’s areas of greatest need, such as student emergencies, cutting edge classroom technology, and growing academic programs. This flexible funding allows administrators to strategically address emerging needs in all areas of the College and take advantage of opportunities as they arise.

Pay it Forward

Pay it Forward

Many times small gestures of kindness are extended to us in our daily lives. It is our duty to pay that kindness forward. This fall we are calling upon our employee Gators to Pay It Forward with a gift to the Educational Foundation. 

Giving Gators Who Pay It Forward 

Pay It Forward and support the Thomas Nelson Educational Foundation.