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Giving to UNB

Dear Donors, Investors and Partners, 

The safety of students, faculty and staff and the public is of paramount importance to the University of New Brunswick. In alignment with the New Brunswick government's preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, all UNB Development & Donor Relations staff are working remotely and practicing social distancing. You can review the university’s COVID-19 policy here

While our offices in Fredericton and Saint John are closed, please rest assured that our operations are ongoing. We will continue to accept donations via our online portal and by mailprocess gifts and prepare digital stewardship reports. Please be advised that there may be some delays in gift processing and tax receipts. Contact us if you have further questions or concerns.

The Donor Impact Report

Thanks to our donors, UNB continues to define excellence, with breakthroughs in research, support for those most seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and a student body that continues to excel in both their studies and their community endeavours.

Read the Donor Impact Report to see the impact you've made.

For more UNB stories, read the latest edition of Alumni News.

Continuing the tradition of giving

"Lord Beaverbrook cared deeply about New Brunswick and UNB, and it is our mission to carry on his legacy of philanthropy" - Hon. Maxwell Aitken, president of the Beaverbook Canadian Foundation.

2021 marks the 40th anniversary of the Beaverbrook Scholars Award at UNB, and the Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation will continue its support for a further two years, matching donations from Beaverbrook Scholars to a maximum of $100,000 per year.

See what life as a first-year student in 2021 has been like for Rose He, a 2020 recipient of the Beaverbrook Scholars Award.

The impact you have

  • New scholarship a 'vote of confidence' in earth sciences
  • Support for student success
  • Newest Schulich Leaders find success despite pandemic
  • 90-year-old scientist paves way for future researchers
  • Marilyn Garland: A legacy of love

UNB Today

With your support, we make a difference in the lives of 11,000 young people each year, and enhance their experiences on our campuses and in our communities. We invest in the people and ideas that will help us tackle society's great challenges and shape the future.

93,000+
Alumni around the world

100
countries of origin for our students

75%
of research in New Brunswick conducted at UNB