Keiser University Fundraising
Join us in raising funds for our new aquatic center! For nearly 50 years, service to our students, our communities, and Florida has been at the heart of our mission at Keiser University. We are proud to continue our commitment to Florida through the development of this aquatic center. This new facility will become the home for our NAIA Championship swim teams and further enhance Florida’s sports tourism industry through the hosting of regional, national, and international swimming events. The aquatic center will also provide a venue for Olympians to gather, train, and mentor Olympic hopefuls from across Florida, and of course, become a place to offer life-saving swim lessons to children and families in our community.
Your tax-deductible donation will support the development of the Keiser University Aquatic Center. We value your generous support and are thankful for your commitment to our university, students, and community! Go Seahawks!
Bricks are a great way to celebrate your time in college, to commemorate friendships and memories made, to honor your favorite faculty or staff member, or to memorialize a loved one. But more than that, by making a donation to the brick campaign you are contributing to the success of your alma mater and ensuring the Keiser difference for generations to come.
You can personalize a brick with your name, message and Seahawk logo and it will be placed on our Flagship Campus in West Palm Beach outside of the Student Life Center or the Aquatic Center.
Looking for something to do with the family? Do you like cars? Do you like chili? Come out and join us for the Keiser University Auto Show of the Palm Beaches and Keiser University Chili Cook Off! The event will feature the latest vehicle makes and models along with mouthwatering chili recipes. Bring your family and your friends and join us for some fun on Saturday, March 25th 10am-4pm on the Keiser University Flagship campus. The proceeds will support the development of the Keiser University Aquatic Center. We look forward to seeing you at the event!
Event Registration will remain open until all booths are full! You may purchase your wristband through 5pm on Friday, March 24th. Wristbands will also be available for purchase at the check-in tent on the day of the event!
The First Aid Fair provides Girl Scouts the opportunity to receive their First Aid Badges and Daisies their Safety Awards. Keiser University faculty, staff, and students will present topics for the Girl Scouts to receive their badges and Daisies their awards. Vendors are invited to present additional topics in a fair/expo set-up. Registration Fee is $125, which includes space, table, and two chairs for up to two representatives. Donations of door prizes and give aways are appreciated.
Join us at the Keiser University Orlando Campus for our Spring 2023 Career Expo. This will be a great way for all employers and recruiters to meet students and collect a variety of resumes to match the positions that needs to be filled. The event will be an amazing networking opportunity for companies, students and alumni and will also benefit the Keiser University Student Scholarship Fund. We look forward to seeing you!
We are fund raising for the Keiser University Aquatic Center in support of our NAIA National Championship Men’s and Women’s Swim Teams and the West Palm Beach Swimming Community in 2023. The new aquatic center will support West Palm Beach Tourism and Youth Swimming Programs in an effort to teach every child “how to swim”. We appreciate your support and participation and we have multiple ways to get involved. All proceeds will directly benefit the Aquatic Center and are tax deductible. Lunch, swag, and awards ceremony are all included and part of the fun!
Created to foster chiropractic research, Dr. Cox announced a $100,000 matching funds campaign in which he will match dollar-for-dollar any donation to the Cox® Fund up to $100,000. The proceeds will provide the KUCCM’s Research Department the opportunity to complete both current and new clinical and experimental research studies for conditions, such as spinal stenosis, for which chiropractic care shows promise in non-surgical management.
Keiser University’s College of Chiropractic Medicine (KUCCM) thanks Dr. James M. Cox for his $100,000 matching funds campaign challenge.