Welcome to VikingFunder!
Western Washington University's Exclusive Crowdfunding Platform
Where Your Donation Can Go Farther For Student-Driven Projects!
Western Symphony Orchestra 2023 Spain Tour
By WWU Symphony Orchestra
Help send WWU Orchestra students on an unforgettable experience learning and performing abroad!
Mars Lab Fund
$6,261 raised so far to support the WWU Mars Lab
Raise money for student activities in the lab including research, speaker series and more!
Western Parents and Families
$30,549 raised by parents for student success so far this year.
Help provide support for career services, outreach programs, and events that impact students, alumni, parents, and the greater community!
Student Emergency Fund
$187,050 raised so far from 1,082 donors!
Help make a difference in the lives of WWU students, they need it more than ever. There is so much uncertainty in our world, let's support our students!
Undocumented Student Support
$14,731 so far!
Help Undocumented Students pursue their goal of a WWU education!
Nancy Bluestein-Johnson Peninsulas Scholarship
$9,559 total raised towards $25,000!
Help honor the dedication that Nancy Bluestein-Johnson has shown over the last 15 years with a gift towards a scholarship in CENV on the Peninsula!
Help us sustain WHOLE!
Please donate to support the Western Hub of Living Essentials (WHOLE), a resource on-campus to help students experiencing food insecurity.
Alma Clark Glass Scholarship in STEM
$32,990 total raised so far for the Alma Clark Glass Scholarship in STEM!
Supporting the success of students working towards reducing or eliminating anti-Black racism in STEM.
Support the Paul Madison Scholarship Endowment!
Help honor living legend Paul Madison and provide scholarship support to Viking student-athletes!
Support WWU Athletics in honor of living Viking legend, Paul Madison!
The Living Snow Project
Help us study snow algae blooms! Our dataset, built by students, scientists, and community members working together, and is helping us study how snow algae blooms change over time, as mountain habitats experience warming.
Have you seen pink snow? We are tracking snow algae blooms across mountain ranges with the help of community volunteers.