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Give UBC

The world is changing — help make it a change for the better

We are at a turning point in history, and we can use this as an opportunity to move forward.

UBC President’s Pandemic Recovery Initiative

The COVID-19 global pandemic has been far-reaching—but together we can support each other.

Photo of Marian Leung and Tommy Tao standing together.

Legacy gift to UBC supports Hong Kong studies and Chinese literary translation.

Two female students in labcoats walk in a laboratory.

The first woman to obtain a PhD from UBC leaves a valuable legacy.

Headshot of Linda Hull.

Linda Hull established an endowed award for Indigenous students of Law.

Students sitting at the UBC fountain.

You can help give Black students access to a life-changing education.

Photo of UBC students sitting at outdoor tables.

UBC establishes a Fund to assist students impacted by world events.

Dr. Edwin Leong (third from right) receives his honorary degree from UBC president Santa Ono

Dr. Leong’s philanthropy supports work towards health and happiness across the lifespan.

Headshot of Burrell Atkinson with buildings in the background.

Beyond Tomorrow Scholar, Burrell Atkinson, plans to give back to the community.

Headshot of Joyce Muyiyi with buildings in the background.

Beyond Tomorrow Scholars Award is “life-changing” for Joyce Muyiyi.

Montage of student headshots with the copy "UBC Giving Day, April 6, 2022" in the centre

Learn more about UBC Giving Day on April 6, 2022 — and let’s make a difference together!

Headshot of Theresa Arsenault.

Theresa Arsenault created an endowed award at UBCO for Indigenous learners.

Illustration of 5 diverse students, who each have a thought bubble over their heads, showing a unique wellness activity.

In extraordinary times like these, UBC students need your help more than ever.

Nicco Bautista and Maria Kim-Bautista

These lawyers are sharing a powerful message with law students of colour: “You belong.”

Seahorse

The Project Seahorse team focuses on bringing an end to bottom trawling.

A Four Pillars Legacy: The Philip Owen Professorship in Addiction Medicine

A Vancouver mayor pioneered a new approach to addiction as a public health issue.

Azita Darabian’s love of Pharmacy: the ideal mix of science and community

Azita Darabian found UBC’s Pharmaceutical Sciences a perfect fit.

Haynes Graduate Scholarship for the Advancement of Animal Welfare

This scholarship supports graduate students researching the reduction of animal suffering.

Irene Graham

Irene Graham wanted to change the story for patients with Alzheimer’s and brain diseases.

Colin McCaffrey and Santa Ono

Veteran, educator, and ethnographer Dr. Colin McCaffrey had an enduring love of learning.