Gifts from alumni, parents, students, corporations, foundations and other friends help the UBC community to reach its goals of meeting the needs of Aboriginal students and communities and expanding the many leading programs addressing Aboriginal concerns across the university.
Donations may be made to programs, departments or initiatives on campus, or donors may wish to contribute to areas of greatest need. Please contact us for more information on programs and opportunities or contact UBC Development for more information about giving to Aboriginal initiatives.
We are extremely grateful for the assistance that we receive. Every gift makes a difference. Your support enriches the experiences of students, and through them, our community and our world. It supports valuable and necessary research and developing ways of working together that will shape our future.
Please see the stories below to learn how others have supported Aboriginal engagement at UBC.
February 2, 2015 – The First Nations House of Learning’s student bursary recently received a generous donation resulting from John Ralston Saul’s appearance at the UBC Longhouse on November 6, 2014. Saul was speaking about his latest book, The Comeback. The author and the organizers of his appearance, the Laurier Institution and UBC Continuing Studies, […]
Since graduating from UBC’s first teaching class in secondary education in 1958, Thelma has demonstrated an overwhelming compassion for young people striving to better themselves through education. Her ongoing efforts as a volunteer and donor have opened doors for countless students.
Media Release, June 22, 2009 The University of British Columbia received a $1 million donation from TD Bank Financial Group today to create an endowment that will provide a lasting legacy in business education for Aboriginal students. The gift will improve access and support for Aboriginal learners pursuing a business education. Today’s donation is the […]