The annual giving program provides you, our alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends with the opportunity to support King’s University College throughout the year. This program encourages you to think about what makes King’s special to you and to contribute to the growth and improvement taking place on campus. Funds from the annual giving program are directed toward the King’s Fund. This Fund supports the highest priority needs of the College. Currently, the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre is the number one fundraising priority and the most ambitious fundraising initiative in the College’s history. However, if you so choose, your gift can be designated to the program that is most meaningful to you. There is an opportunity for everyone to have an impact on King’s through annual giving. Your donation will help ensure that the College continues to provide a positive learning environment with quality programs and services.
For more information, or to make your annual gift, please contact the Foundation Office at 519-433-3491 x4500 or 1-800-265-4406 x4500. Or you can make your online donation today!
Gifts can be directed toward one of the following:
The King’s Fund provides resources for the highest priority needs at King’s University College including:
- Awards and bursaries
- The Darryl J. King Student Life Centre
King’s has made a major commitment to enrich and support student life on our campus, to further create a positive learning environment that will enhance the opportunity for academic, social and spiritual growth of all our students. At the centre of this initiative is our Darryl J. King Student Life Centre. This beautiful light filled building will integrate a learning commons, theatre, student services as well as social, spiritual, recreational and fitness space. The King Centre will be conveniently located adjacent to the Cardinal Carter Library.
King’s awards and bursaries program ensures that the most deserving students will be able to attend King’s, regardless of their financial situation. Currently, over 60% of our students require financial assistance.