AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Auburn University will host its sixth Tiger Giving Day on Wednesday, Feb. 24. 

For 24 hours, members of the Auburn Family can support more than 30 campus-wide projects.

Since 2015, the money raised on Tiger Giving Day has funded more than 150 projects for the university.

One of the highlights of Tiger Giving Day this year is the partnership between SGA and the National Pan-Hellenic Council, or NPHC. NPHC is the governing body of Black Greek letter organizations. SGA and NPHC have teamed up to build the NPHC Legacy Plaza, which will honor the contributions of Black Greek letter organizations at Auburn.

Other projects in this year’s giving day include a mobile museum, a digital recreation of Bloody Sunday, and the installation of life-size chimes on the grounds of the Gogue Performing Arts Center.

The wheelchair basketball team, The Gene Machine and the Southeastern Raptor Center are some of the long-time donor favorites that will be returning this year.

Donors can give to as many projects as they choose before midnight on Feb. 24.

For more information on all of the projects and how to donate, visit this website.