Pro Humanitate Days 2021
April 12 – April 30
Through all of the challenges of the past year, it is easy to see the golden glow of Wake Foresters everywhere serving their communities in the spirit of Pro Humanitate. While this year’s Pro Humanitate Days will remain virtual, your contributions to your neighbors and friends are real, tangible, and another example of how Wake Forest teaches us to find ways to serve. Thank you for helping to show the world that #GoodWearsBlack.
How to participate in Pro Humanitate Days 2021:
- Complete a Pro Humanitate activity in your community. Your activity can be a grand gesture or a simple kindness, just find a way to make your community better.
- Submit your activity on this form. *New in 2021: You can include additional members of your party on the same form*
- Share how you demonstrated your Pro Humanitate spirit on social media by using hashtag #GoodWearsBlack.
- Take a moment to revel in being a Demon Deacon who makes the world a better place.
This year’s area of focus is food insecurity. While all activity submissions will be celebrated, you’re encouraged to locate your local food pantry, food bank, or food distribution center and identify how you might assist them.
Activity Submission Leaderboard
By Class Year
- Class of 2012
- Tie: Class of 2016 and Class of 2011
- Tie: Class of 2012 and Class of 2006
By University Affiliation:
- Staff Members
By Graduate Degree Program:
- Master of Business Administration
- Juris Doctor
- Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
- North Carolina
- Tie: Massachusetts and Virginia
- South Carolina
By Undergraduate Major:
“Pro Humanitate is the cord that binds Wake Forest Alumni together. You can participate in WFU Pro Humanitate Days by finding a way to serve or donate wherever you live – even if you are like me and are a Joplin, MO Wake Forest Community of One. Take a moment to register yourself and if you are on social media, make a post or upload a photo and use the hashtag #GoodWearsBlack. Let’s show the world why we are proud to be Deacons. ” JANE CAGE ('78)