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Giving to BMC

Biomedical Communications and the University of Toronto are about exploring the possibilities of the University and its community for global leadership and societal impact.

Why Give?

Your generosity will support the boundary crossing research of our faculty, extending our reach around the world. It will ensure our students are given opportunities to gain the knowledge, experiences and skills needed for an increasingly complex global setting. And it can provide you with a meaningful way to connect with the issues you care about most and to advance positive change through our research and teaching mission.

The University of Toronto is committed to preparing global citizens and meeting global challenges—and channeling the immense power and talent of our community to imagine a brighter future for Canada and the world. Your support is important to us.

How to Give

There are many different ways to give to the University of Toronto and Biomedical Communications. No matter the method of giving, every donation helps our students get the best education possible.

Giving Online

You can give online by clicking the links below to the Wendy Kates Scholarship, the Eila Hopper Ross Memorial Award, the Biomedical Communications Program Fund,  the Biomedical Communications Alumni Association (BCMAA) Fund and the Stephen Gilbert Award.

Giving by Cheque

You can donate by cheque. Make cheques payable to the ‘University of Toronto’. To ensure your donation is correctly allocated, please indicate on your cheque the designation of your donation. Either:

  • The Wendy M. Kates Scholarship,
  • The Eila Hopper Ross Memorial Award,
  • The BMC Program Fund,
  • The BMCAA Fund,
  • The Stephen Gilbert Award

Mail your cheque to:

Donations Management
J. Robert S. Pritchard Alumni House
21 King’s College Circle
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON Canada M5S 3J3

Tax receipts will be issued by the University of Toronto and sent to the address you provide.

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