Donor Profiles

Class of Sc’82 Makes $70,000 Gift to The Tea Room

“If The Tea Room is important to students, it is important to my classmates,” says Class President Don MacDiarmid.

New Fund to Support Indigenous Art at the Agnes

A new fund will help the Agnes Etherington Art Centre discover the history behind some of its most important artifacts. 

The Ewan Lecture Series: Accessible Astrophysics

Professor Emeritus Dr. George Ewan wants to ensure that particle astrophysics research is understandable to all and credits his late wife Maureen as his inspiration. 

New Bursaries to Support Racialized & First-Generation Students

An estate gift will create new bursaries for first-year Black Canadian students, first-year visible minority and racialized students, and first-year first-generation students.

Investing in the Next Generation

Learn more about emeritus professor in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Dr. Ewan who focused on nuclear physics and sub-atomic research, particularly the solar neutrino problem and his gift back to Queen's.

For Volunteer President of the QUAA, Planning Makes a Difference

Volunteer President of the QUAA, Sue Bates, Artsci’91, remembers her mother with a special gift to Queen's.

16th Century Books for a 21st Century Library

Philanthropist Seymour Schulich and Queen’s Principal Daniel Woolf unveiled the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection in Douglas Library today.

Ottawa Branch Launches Bursary to Help Deserving Students

Ottawa-area alumni are raising $50,000 over the next five years in support of Queen’s Ottawa Alumni Branch Bursary.

Remembering A Visionary Who Helped Revitalize University Avenue

Each and every day, thousands of Queen’s students, unbeknownst to them, benefit from the vision and generosity of alumnus Pat McNally, Sc’39.

Making the Most of Your Gift –Donate Marketable Securities

Have you already decided how much you would like to give to your favourite charity? If so, you might want to consider donating publicly listed securities instead of cash.

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