At UB’s School of Public Health and Health Professions, our faculty and students are dedicated to improving the health of individuals, families, and communities through prevention and evidence-based practice. We’ve already accomplished much, and yet we know our students and faculty have the talent and desire to do so much more. So we’re raising our sights—and raising funds—to do more good. Make more change. Save more lives.
For more than 50 years we’ve been preparing UB students to improve lives and advance health in our communities. Now we’re aiming to do even more, more effectively than ever. With the support of philanthropy, we will:
Our health research has already helped improve and save countless lives. But there are more still in need. Investments by donors help drive outcomes through endowed positions, research funds and more. Now, with your support, we can broaden our research—and make a bigger impact. Philanthropy will support a Catalyst Research seed fund and other key initiatives, as we continue to lead the way.
Supporting our work here in Buffalo supports health revolutions everywhere. Public health research, policy and practice affect every life on our planet. Now, through philanthropy, we will continue our revolutionary work, including:
The challenges and opportunities have never been greater. Our potential has never been higher. And our need for visionary donors has never been more critical. With your support, we can broaden and deepen our research, make Buffalo and Western New York stronger and healthier, and train the most advanced practitioners ever. Optimizing health at every age—in everyone, everywhere: It’s an audacious goal. And with your help, it’s attainable.
When you give to the UB Fund, your gift today is made available to help support students today. It’s that immediate. Giving to the UB Fund helps ensure our students have everything they need to become thoughtful global citizens, with 100 percent of gifts used to enhance the student experience, including crucial support for research, study abroad, student emergencies and community service opportunities.