"I am a donor. I give because, as a proud A&S alum, dean and faculty member, I want to help increase access to education, power the next big breakthrough in solving the climate crisis, protect the core principles of democracy and support dozens of other initiatives underway here at the Faculty of Arts & Science." — Dean Melanie Woodin
As we near the end of 2022 and enter the holiday season, we are excited to announce the 30 Days of Giving Campaign for Staff and Faculty.
Please consider making a gift to Arts & Science before December 31.
No gift is too small.
Together, we can create a brighter future.
Thank you for supporting the Faculty of Arts & Science! Your thoughtful participation is greatly appreciated.
A friendly competition
This year, we’re adding an element of friendly competition. Let’s see which A&S department or unit can generate the most participation.
Give and boost your chances of winning!
We’ll also be raffling off prizes to lucky staff and faculty donors.
All faculty and staff who have given $100 or more to Arts & Science between May 1 and December 31, 2022 will automatically be entered into the draw. At the end of the 30-day campaign, the Office of Advancement will draw the names of four winners, who will each receive a special prize pack valued at $100. Check back frequently — the prize pack will be revealed on this page shortly.
How to Give
Contribute a one-time or recurring gift to an A&S scholarship, fund or department.
Set up a payroll deduction
A payroll deduction is the easiest way for staff and faculty to give.
Direct your support to any fund, and your T4 will reflect all donations for that tax year. It’s one less item to look for around tax time!
For more information on how to set up your gift, contact Richard DeLisle, senior development officer, at email@example.com or 416-978-2720.
Give by mail
To give by mail, please make a cheque out to “University of Toronto” and mail it to the following address:
c/o Donations Management
21 King’s College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Please note your preferred fund designation in the memo to ensure the gift is accurately allocated.