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Giving to UB

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Other Opportunities

Every gift to UB is a vote of confidence in the future of the university. You can designate your gift to be used for a purpose that is important to you. The following list is just a small snapshot of the many funds you can contribute to at UB.

The restoration of Hayes and Crosby halls is a vast undertaking to preserve two of the most historic buildings on UB’s South Campus. The School of Architecture and Planning has called these buildings home for nearly 40 years.

The UB School of Dental Medicine is undergoing a modernization for the first time since moving to Squire Hall in 1986. The new clinics, collectively, will be part of our new oral health center. We are seeking funding to support the renovation of our dental clinic with new operatories.

The years between now and 2016 are the most important for the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences since the school was founded.

The Jean M. Alberti Center for the Prevention of Bullying Abuse and School Violence is a clearinghouse for information on anti-bullying research and programs.

The Parent Fund is used to improve student life at UB in general, as well as in particular, when individual students face unexpected financial needs.

The Institute of Jewish Thought and Heritage establishes UB as a leader in Jewish studies and offers insights into the most pressing contemporary issues.

EOP supports motivated and talented students who—because of inadequate financial resources and academic preparation—have not had the same opportunities as other students.

The 1958 team’s unified stance against racism was a great and principled action, inspiring to others, and dignified themselves, the university, and all of Buffalo in the eyes of the entire nation.

The Global Health Fund helps School of Nursing students and faculty provide care and services to international populations, including immigrants and refugees in the United States.

A family grateful for the end-of-life care of a loved one by a UB palliative care specialist recently made a generous gift to establish the fund. They hope others will follow their example.