No matter where your passion or interest lies, when you invest in UCLA, you effect real change in the world.
During UCLA’s first hundred years, Bruin accomplishments have been abundant: Alumnus Ralph Bunche ’27 was the first person of color to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Alumnus and faculty member Paul Terasaki developed the tissue-matching test that makes organ transplants possible. Dr. Dennis Slamon developed the first genetically targeted breast cancer treatment. The Internet was born when Professor Leonard Kleinrock sent the first message via ARPANET.
And UCLA is just getting started. As the university approaches its centennial year, philanthropy is furthering the drive and dreams of UCLA experts and scholars who are bettering the world. The Centennial Campaign for UCLA, then, is really a campaign for everyone who stands to benefit from the enormous scope of work going on at the university.
At the core of that work is education, and scholarships are one of many priorities of the campaign. It’s likely that one or more of your passions are among those priorities, too. Arts, engineering, health sciences, humanities—because of UCLA’s breadth and depth, you can give to the Centennial Campaign Fund and know that UCLA is using your contribution to address the world’s most critical issues. You and UCLA will pave the way for the future and make the university’s next 100 years of achievements as remarkable as the first.
Leverage the influence and reach of UCLA by giving today.
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