UCrowdfund

Back projects headed by UCalgary researchers, faculty, students and alumni through our crowdfunding initiative

Creating the future we dream of together

UCrowdfund is the university’s crowdfunding platform for projects initiated by UCalgary faculty, researchers, students and alumni.

When you support a UCrowdfund campaign, 100 per cent of your gift goes to the project — versus some crowdfunding platforms that take an administration fee — and you receive a tax receipt for your donation. If a project goal isn’t met, the team will still receive all of the funds donated to go towards their project.

After making your gift, spread the word and share your support on social media and throughout your networks. The more people that know about a project, the higher the chance it will reach its fundraising goal.

 

Featured campaigns:

Consumer Debt Negotiation Project

Consumer Debt Negotiation Project

Through the Consumer Debt Negotiation Project with UCalgary Law’s Public Interest Law Clinic, law students will be able to work alongside volunteer lawyers to complete composite articles while providing access to justice for many Albertans facing financial hardships during these unprecedented times. By donating today, you are supporting access to justice for Albertans who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

UCalgary Black Law Students' Association

Calgary Black Law Students' Association

The University of Calgary Black Law Students' Association is a small but dedicated group of Black law students hoping to foster opportunity and promote diversity in law. Donations will be put towards the cause of battling the institutionalized racism in the legal profession.

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COVID-19 Research Fund

UCalgary researchers are deeply invested in mitigating the impact of the COVID-19 global health crisis. From developing improved diagnostics and treatment to studying community preparedness and mental health impacts, our research teams have quickly mobilized to create positive change. Your support will help further this important work.

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COVID-19 Student Relief

COVID-19 abruptly forced students into new academic and financial realities. The impact was immediate and significant, especially for those already facing higher levels of debt, food insecurity and mental health concerns. Your support will help students disproportionately affected by COVID-19, allowing them to focus on their academic goals during this challenging time.


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UCalgary faculty, researchers, students and alumni can use UCrowdfund to launch projects, expand programs and advance research.