Since July 1, 2012
UCLA is making a promise to people suffering from injustice
David Geffen joined UCLA leaders to dedicate Geffen Hall
Stuart House has transformed the response to child sexual abuse
The real topliners are the children who benefit
Both Andersons believed strongly in the importance of giving back
Giving students from all backgrounds opportunity
Fifty years after Powell Library was named in honor of his father, Norman Powell has given $5 million
UCLA and forward-thinking philanthropists share a vision of a better world
A dollar-for-dollar match for donations toward the establishment of endowed chairs
An investment in scholarship support at UCLA has a great return
"It was her great passion, and I am happy to be able to contribute to keep it going."
This is an exceptional arrangement meant to accelerate progress
UCLA is the perfect place for an institute that challenges inequality
Philanthropy is essential to UCLA’s mission
The Goldberg gift is the largest ever from individuals to support migraine research
Touching lives through generosity and music
UCLA Law continues to attract the best and offer the best
When is the term "game changer" not an overstatement? When it’s used to describe visionary philanthropist David Geffen
UCLA Engineering had a record-breaking year for fundraising in the first year of the campaign, raising nearly $42.6 million
The intersection of Le Conte and Tiverton Avenues in Westwood is now also a critical juncture in medical education. Geffen Hall
You can almost sense the synapses firing across campus after James L. Easton’s ’59 recent $36 million gift to UCLA. Building on
Here’s a true Hollywood story: The co-creators and cast and crew of one of the world’s most watched television shows
California is experiencing its third worst drought in recorded history. Most of us are worried about brown lawns and shorter
When it comes to UCLA, Paul Terasaki’s ’50, MA ’52, PhD ’56 allegiant generosity is as storied as his accomplishments. And that is
When UCLA publicly launched The Centennial Campaign for UCLA in May 2014, what we really kicked off was a renewed commitment
A hundred million dollars is a stellar gift with which to start a campaign. UCLA Anderson School of Management is doing just that
Troy Aikman knows a little something about goals. One of the greatest quarterbacks in UCLA and NFL history, he has committed
When you talk to Linda and Mike Keston, you hear the words "lucky" and "gratitude" a lot. And that’s while they’re telling the story of
The gift, from Michael Jung, a distinguished professor of chemistry and biochemistry, and his wife, Alice, establishes an endowed chair...
The event was held to support the UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios, raise funds for student support and celebrate the importance...
Donation from longtime supporter Dr. David Sanders to fund research and scholarship into civil rights, LGBT rights, women’s rights and...
Entertainment executive and philanthropist David Geffen joined UCLA leaders on May 11 to dedicate Geffen Hall, the new home of UCLA’s...
Applying historical insights to current issues
Working together toward greater understanding and the common good
Bruins of all backgrounds imagine the future and their places in it
UCLA law students are playing a role in informing court decisions
“A concerted effort to study American Jewish music”
Raising the bar for education in grades K-12
Let There Be — UCLA Centennial Campaign video
Centennial Launch Event Video
Whether you can give $25 or $25 million, we ask you to partner with us to be part of something bigger.
*1930–2017. With gratitude, UCLA remembers a loyal and generous friend.