Our volunteers and donors play a vital role in elevating the work of the University. Through their commitment of time, leadership and resources, they are setting the pace for philanthropy in Canada.
MESSAGES FROM DONORS
David Booth was a wonderful
My education in and degree from the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering allowed me to have a tremendous career as well as wonderful volunteer opportunities at the University and other Boards.
This gift is in the memory of my beloved friend, Dr. Babak Farzad.
PhD in 1999. My wife Abhilasha and I would like to be part of the historic Landmark project. U of T experiences have broadened my life and taught me how to live a balanced and meaningful life.
I served as faculty representative on the HH Art Committee for 10 years, and learned to appreciate Judi.
Thanks to my Doctoral Supervisor Andrew Clement and many other dedicated professors and students at the Faculty of Information, I received an education not just training. Thank you!
I met my husband and my best friend in the same week at U of T. 30 years later both relationships are still going strong. (My graduate degree served me pretty well too... it's been a great career!)
I so loved my time at U of T. I'm happy to help make the program more accessible to others.
I have donated in support of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography. It's an unparalleled resource for Canadian history, a history richly connected to many other parts of the world. It's a treasure.
I am continually amazed by the fantastic students that choose Rotman. Happy to help!
Thanks for everything
Coming from a small northern Ontario town, I hoped that studying and graduating from the University of Toronto, would open doors and build lifelong connections with people who share my dreams.
In the memory of a friend who smiled till the last second ...
In memory of Babak Farzad, of a life so beautiful he lived!
In memory of Babak Farzad, a wonderful friend. He is sorely missed!
Rotman Commerce program helped develop foundational skills that you need in business and life
University of Toronto Share Your Story 2019 How has U of T changed your life? When I entered OISE in September 1971, I was intending to teach Physical Education and History upon graduation...
In Memory of Jasmine Quigley
I learned a great deal, most of it good ...
I really enjoy wandering through the UofT campus every day - it's such a special place in the heart of the city
I would like to acknowledge the department (faculty) of endodontics at UofT for their continuous committed effort and hard work in support of the residents, contributing to instill values and skills
UofT provided me a PhD in Economics. I have worked in two great international organisations to teach and develop research in world regions and now I am a Professor in a Canadian university.
Inspired by all at U of T and especially the strong confident women of the Varsity Blues Women's Volleyball Program
Incredible man. Blessed and Grateful for having had him in my life!
From age 15 years my goal was to be an occupational therapist. U of T provided that opportunity and I worked in my chosen profession for 40 years. I was and am most fortunate.
rugby hab been berry berry good to me. :)
If playing for the UofT Varsity Blues has changed your life, I encourage you to contribute a small monthly gift to support UofT offering the same support and experiences to others like us!
David Booth changed my life, my way of teaching and my way of thinking about teaching.Forever grateful.
I have always felt that with every course I took there was a unique learning experience to be treasured. I love UofT for always welcoming me back to pursue studies.
Studied Physics at U of T which launched my career path to apply my Physics in a high tech environment. Looking forward to possibly mentoring students on opportunities with applying their physics.
No act of kindness is ever wasted. It's a great pleasure and honor to give back to my training campuses at UofT.
I have worked in the MacIntosh Clinic for 29 years and the Varsity and student athletes I treat inspire me every day.
U of T gave me very good memories, thank you
"Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country" John F. Kennedy (this statement has made all the difference in my life)
The Basilian Fathers allowed my father to attend grade 12 and 13 at St Michael's High School even though he was too poor to pay for his tuition. After he graduated (I believe it was 1932 or 1933)
I am only child of war widow. My father was RAMC killed on active WW2. No way I could go to UofT meds without financial support of bursaries
I’m so proud of Professor Babak Farzad. He was a great role model
Professor Babak Farzad touched many lives by his courage and positive attitude towards life.
I'm proud to be a Rotman alumnus.
Miss you Jasmine love Grandma Q
I met my girlfriend at UofT and she is going to be my partner for life. I love you, NH. from AN.
Rowing is/was/will be a great life choice
Rest in peace Babak jaan
Dr. Jack Quarter was a wonderful supervisor and mentor. I owe him an immeasurable debt of gratitude for his wise guidance and inspiration. Thank you Jack. You will be missed.
Citizen Lab is helping counteract would-be dictators and tyrants.
Thank you UofT
Rest in peace dear friend ....
I would like to remember Dr. Babak Farzad, a U of T alum and a very dear friend. Babak led a happy, productive and impactful life, and left a dent in this world through his deep courage and compassion.