What percentage of the contributions go to the athletes?
We aim to keep our overhead costs to operate the membership very low so the athletes can get the most lucrative NIL deals. Right now, ninety percent (90%) of contributions (membership and one-time) go to the athletes. Rise HBCU has an hourly employee, independent contractors, and interns to assist with administrative tasks and other duties that help to keep Rise HBCU running properly. We have expenses related to IT, marketing materials, content creation, and fan engagement experiences.
How do I cancel my membership subscription?
You can cancel your membership by going here
Can I make a one-time contribution?
Yes, we encourage any contribution that will help the NCCU student athletes. Contributions can be made individually or from businesses.
Does each membership tier have different benefits?
Right now, each membership tier has the same benefits.
What’s the best way to keep up with Rise HBCU?
We send out emails to our email list and members, post daily on our social media pages, and keep our website updated with current information. You can join our email list, join our fan membership, follow our social media pages, or visit our website to stay up-to-date on all things Rise HBCU.
Is Rise HBCU affiliated with NCCU or any other HBCU?
We are not affiliated with NCCU or any other HBCU, but operate as a thirty party that works with NCCU student athletes to secure NIL opportunities.
How can I get more involved with Rise HBCU?
If you would like to promote the mission and goals of Rise HBCU, participate in our grassroots movement, or donate your services to the organization, please email us at email@example.com. Any help is appreciated and valued!