Donate Online to The University of Calgary Superfund  

An important element of the Annual Giving program is the University of Calgary Superfund. The Superfund is made up of thousands of operating gifts from the University’s loyal alumni, students, faculty and staff, and friends. Each year the Superfund provides over $200,000 in funding to areas such as scholarship and bursary support, upgrading and improving student space on campus —  bridging the gap when areas of need are identified.

To make a gift:

Please fill in a donation amount and complete the billing and payment information sections below to make a donation. All fields marked with a red asterisk are required fields and cannot be left blank. When you have completed the form, please click “Donate Now” to submit your information.

Your transaction will begin processing when you click the “Donate Now” button and may take a few minutes to process. Please do not click the ‘Donate Now' button more than once, as this can result in multiple charges.

Please note: This is a secure site. Your information is collected by a secure transaction system and is properly protected.


Use our handy Cash Donation Calculator to see how a cash donation might affect your tax credit.

Did you know that you can double the impact of your gift? Many companies in Canada and the United States will match gifts dollar for dollar or more! Matches can be made for full and part-time employees, spouses, retirees, widows, widowers, and board of directors. Please use the following link to find out if your company has a matching gift policy. 

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Gifts received to support these areas may be directed to either endowed or non-endowed initiatives depending on the greatest need.