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Advancement and Alumni

WAYS TO GIVE

There are many ways to support Humber College and our students. Improving student access to education, the student experience, programs, buildings, equipment and applied research these are just some of the many ways our donors support Humber. You may wish to make your gift right away or plan your gift for the future. From honouring someone special; establishing a scholarship; providing a gift of equipment, books, or property; to making a gift of securities; supporting an event; or planning a gift through your estate, we are ready to work with you to meet your giving interests. Explore the many opportunities and see how you can make a difference.

Annual Giving

Annual gifts (one-time, ongoing monthly gifts or a pledge over a period of time) allow Humber to support student scholarships and awards; special initiatives; ongoing priorities; and emerging opportunities. You can direct your support to any fund at Humber or create your own, whether it’s a particular School or program that’s meaningful to you. Whatever you choose, no gift is too small to make a profound impact on our students.

Scholarships & Awards

By making a gift to establish a scholarship or award you will be giving the gift of education to a deserving student. You have the choice of supporting a student who demonstrates academic excellence or financial need – or both. You can also contribute to an existing fund or create your own. Scholarships or awards can be funded and renewed each year, or pledged over a number of years. If you create your own, it can be named for the term of the funding provided, and if endowed, it will be named in permanently.

Tributes and Memorials

You can make a tribute gift to say thanks or mark a special occasion, or a gift in memory to honour someone’s life while also helping to enhance the quality of education for Humber students. A card will be sent to acknowledge your kind gesture and the amount of your donation will be kept confidential.

Humber Gives

Humber Gives is a special initiative that encourages Humber faculty and staff to give back to the College. Giving is easy and affordable, and can be set up as a payroll deduction. If you are passionate about Humber and making a difference in the lives of our students, support Humber Gives today.

 

Gifts-in-kind

You may be interested in donating a gift-in-kind – a gift of property other than cash. This includes equipment, tools, books, supplies, real estate, art, or auction items that help raise additional funds for the College. Your charitable tax receipt will be for the fair market value of the gift-in-kind donated.

A Gift in Your Will

You have the ability to improve the lives of students by including a gift to Humber College in your will. Your gift will leave a lasting impact that will make a difference to future generations of Humber students.

Gifts of Securities

By donating publicly traded securities (stocks, mutual funds and bonds), you can make a significant impact with your gift while eliminating the capital gains tax that you’d have to pay if you sold the securities and then donated the proceeds. Donating securities is simple, and is generally an electronic transfer started by your broker after the College’s transfer form is completed. If you hold paper stocks, those can be donated too. A charitable tax receipt is issued for the fair market value of the securities on the date the transfer of ownership occurs.

Humber College Golf Classic

Through participating and sponsoring fundraising events like the annual Humber College Classic golf tournament, you can help provide scholarships to students in need of financial assistance. The 5th Annual Golf Classic will take place on Monday, June 5th at The Club at Bond Head. Look for more information to come regarding sponsorship opportunities and registration. 

Aeroplan Miles

Humber College has partnered with Higher Ed Points program, which will allow you to donate Aeroplan or TD Miles that will be converted into funds to provide awards and scholarships for Humber students.