Behind each innovation and discovery lies a story of vision and generosity
These inspiring benefactors have generously contributed to the University of Toronto.
They give their time, their energy, their support. Meet some of our dedicated volunteers
A memorial gift becomes a lasting legacy.
A powerful gift which will support Woodsworth’s most important priorities.
An art enthusiast with a penchant for global health brings surgeons from developing countries to U of T.
Warren has set up a scholarship in her parents’ honour.
The Beatrice and Arthur Minden Foundation establishes a Symposium on the Environment and a Graduate Research Fellowship.
A brother and sister team up to pioneer a new student centre.
The Mississauga business leader pledges $10 million to train more doctors.
Claire D’Aurore and her husband always believed that “saving a life is another way of giving life.”
A generous commitment to our rights and freedoms.
The Malkin family span three generations of medicine and philanthropy.
One faculty member’s pledge to make a difference.
Sunnybrook cardiologist Dr. Ching Lau knows how important bursaries and scholarships are for students from less privileged backgrounds.
U of T Medicine alumnus support eases medical student debt.
Nurturing the next generation of global leaders.
Dr. Eric Jackman has donated $5 million to the Institute of Child Study at U of T’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
Family ties create a legacy at the Faculty of Law.
Funding cures. Finding cures.
Young entrepreneurs donate profits to H1N1 research.
A 28-year-old alumnus finances an African studies award.
Class of ’52 grad funds a sexual diversity scholarship.
Hunter dedicated his life to raising funds for research through The James Hunter Family ALS Initiative
We’re building on their generosity.
A legacy gift sends U of T students to central France to study the language of Molière.
The Torstar chair fosters independent journalism in Rwanda.
Growing U of T’s medical talent.
Tackling Alzheimer’s one friend at a time.
Two donors look out for our most vulnerable.
Dr. Roslyn Herst says she and her husband, Dr. Murray Herst, followed unconventional paths after graduating from U of T Medicine.
How one donation is promoting public health.
Paul Cadario establishes a Fellowship in Global Affairs.
Making a difference with stem cell research.
The remarkable success of the Munk School of Global Affairs begins with the extraordinary vision and generosity of Peter and Melanie Munk.
Going the distance for U of T.
His generous gift will help future generations of international atmospheric physics graduate students.
The largest donation ever made to UTM helps a new medical school reach its goal.