Giving to UCalgary

Your support creates lasting, positive change on our campus, in the community and around the world. Discover the impact of giving and how you can be a part of it.

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Give students a leg up by supporting scholarships, bursaries and other university initiatives.

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Direct your gift to where it's most needed by supporting one of our featured funds.

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Donate to a faculty

Support an area most meaningful to you with a gift to your favourite faculty or school. 

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Leave a legacy gift

Leave a gift in your will that ensures your passion and values will inspire generations to come.

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Joan Synder at convocation

Celebrating Joan Snyder’s legacy

Joan Snyder was a visionary philanthropist, “grandmother of Canadian women’s hockey” and a true friend to the community. Her generous $67.5-million gift to the University of Calgary will take chronic-disease research, sport science and athletics to new heights — for the benefit of all Canadians.

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Jack Nodwell standing with a happy woman in a garage

Scholarship keeps leader’s entrepreneurial spirit alive

Business leader Jack Nodwell is fondly remembered by friends and family as thoughtful, curious and creative. Now that spirit lives on at UCalgary with a new scholarship at the Schulich School of Engineering, supported with a gift from the Hunter Family Foundation. 

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Giving Day 2023: You made it happen

Thank you for your generous support this UCalgary Giving Day. Whether you gave to student awards, critical research or any one of our impactful funds, your support is making a real difference to our university and the community.

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2023 Giving Day awards celebrate community champions

Honorees helped make this year’s fundraiser a record-breaker...

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The man — and family — behind the Jack Simpson Gymnasium

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Popular professor and his wife want to include UCalgary in their estate plans

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RESTORE Network combines research with innovative technologies for people with neurological disorders

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