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Celebrating the impact of donors and volunteers on the UVic experience.

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Crosby Stewart

Building bridges through rugby

“I wouldn’t have made it this far without people helping me out.” Crosby's story is part of the endowment fund newsletter, Investing in Achievement. Photo: James Sturrock

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Kaeli Rose Sort

Your impact, your stories

UVic's 2015 Donor Impact Report outlines how your support for students and programs transforms people, places and the planet.

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Samantha with her kids

A single mother's legacy

Doris Stastny's bursary is helping Samantha Magnus pursue a graduate degree while raising a young family.

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Hannah Sun on the crosswalk

Never too young to leave a legacy

One rainy night, Hannah Sun's life changed in an instant. Now her incredibly generous gesture will support future UVic students who need on-campus healthcare.

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Breakfast in the high performance gym

Championship breakfast makes debut in CARSA

The breakfast raised over $445,000 this year, pushing the eight-year total to over $3.3 million dollars raised to support Vikes student-athlete scholarships. Photo:

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Every gift you make to UVic has an impact

Your donation can encourage students to achieve amazing things. Your donation can inspire researchers to solve big questions. Your donation, quite simply, can change the world.

Ways to give


Donations to the University of Victoria can take many forms, from one-time gifts of cash or donations in kind, to planned gifts through one’s will. We would be happy to discuss in confidence how you can make a donation.

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Our priorities

Our priority

As a donor to UVic, you have many options to decide where your gift should go. We are committed to providing students an accessible outstanding education. Each faculty and department has capital needs.

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Impact of giving

Impact of giving

Our goal is to actively recruit and retain outstanding students from diverse regions and backgrounds and to remove all barriers to admission and retention other than academic and creative potential.

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