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Inspiring tomorrow’s health-care leaders


We must ensure that bright, motivated students who want to attend the Faculty of Medicine do not face barriers to entry – and are supported during their academic careers. You can help us inspire the next generation of exceptional physicians and medical scientists.

These individuals will be your family doctor, surgeon or specialist. They will pursue research that will benefit countless patients for years to come.

To help these future physicans and scientists achieve, we need to enable their success right now. And, if we fuel their passion and inspire a cuture of giving, our students will ultimately pay it forward.

3 | IMMEDIATE IMPACT OR LONG-TERM
INVESTMENT?

• Term fund: This allows you to provide a set amount
to students over a short period of time. For example,
your gift of $10,000 could provide a $2,000.
scholarship to one student a year for five years.

• Endowed fund: Your gift can continue in perpetuity
as a portion of the income on the endowment is
disbursed each year. Your endowment can be established with a
one-time gift or by starting a fund that builds over a
period of time.


1 | TYPE OF STUDENT SUPPORT

• Scholarships – recognize academic achievement

• Bursaries – provide financial support to students
in need.

• Awards – acknowledge strength in a specific
area or activity.
 

2 | GENERAL OR NAMED FUNDS

The Dean’s Building a Healthy Tomorrow Awards:
Your contribution is allocated at the discretion of the
dean, ensuring the most immediate needs and
priorities are addressed.

Named scholarships, bursaries or awards: Your gift
will be directed to your preferred area of student
support with an opportunity for naming recognition.
 

 

 



 
 
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