Ways to Give

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At the Faculty of Arts & Science, we have opportunities to match your philanthropic goals — whatever your goals may be.

Alumni make remarkable things happen at U of T. By supporting the Faculty of Arts & Science, you help drive the groundbreaking research and excellence in teaching and learning that makes the University of Toronto a world-leader in the humanities, sciences and social sciences. You can help prepare the leaders of tomorrow, enhance undergraduate and graduate student experiences and support the University in its efforts to solve urgent global challenges.

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Starfinders — The Campaign for U of T Astronomy

At U of T Astronomy, our scientists rank with the best in the world, are designing innovative instruments and performing ground-breaking analysis. U of T Astronomy is asking startling questions — and answering them.

    Support The Campaign for U of T Astronomy

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    Department of Psychology — The Friends of Patrick fMRI Brain Acceleration Fund

    The Friends of Patrick fMRI Brain Acceleration Fund was founded in honour of Patrick Widdrington and offers students an amazing opportunity to advance cognitive neuroscience research in undergraduate and graduate studies at U of T’s Department of Psychology.

    Support Friends of Patrick

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    Help us Define the First Chapter of English

    Based at the University of Toronto, Canada’s leading research university, the Dictionary of Old English (DOE) is an international effort to identify and define the vocabulary of the beginnings of the English language (CE 600–1150).

    Support Centre for Medieval Studies

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    The Campaign for Ethiopic Studies

    In 2017, the University of Toronto offered North America's first undergraduate course in Ge'ez, generating much excitement, pride and interest. With support, the University will establish a permanent place for Ethiopic studies. The immediate goal of $500,000 will enable the University to offer at least one Ge'ez language course each year. By meeting a long term goal of $2,500,000, the University will develop a suite of courses in Ethiopian history, culture and language. Join the Ethiopic studies family and help reach this important milestone.

    Support Ethiopic Studies

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