• Support the leaders of tomorrow

    Thank you for considering a gift to the Schulich School of Business.

    There are numerous ways for you to contribute to the School. Our Development staff can help you find the right way for you to support Schulich.

    Please contact our Development Office at advancement@schulich.yorku.ca or (416) 650-8050 to learn more about giving opportunities.

Support Schulich

  • Consider the following giving options
    • Make an online donation to Schulich
    • By phone
      • Contact: Ellinore Gomez, Project Coordinator, Annual Giving and Stewardship +1 (416) 736-5648
    • By mail
      • Please make cheques payable to York University and mail to:
        Schulich School of Business
        York University
        Office of Development and Alumni Relations
        Seymour Schulich Building, Room W362B
        4700 Keele Street
        Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
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    • Wire Transfer
      • For more information on wire transfers, please contact: Ellinore Gomez, Project Coordinator, Annual Giving and Stewardship at +1 (416) 736-5648 or by email at egomez@schulich.yorku.ca
    • Planned Giving (securities, life insurance, estate giving)
    • Memorial and Tribute Giving
      • Make a gift in memory or in honour of a loved one or fellow classmate. Or, celebrate a milestone event, such as a birthday or anniversary. Click here to learn about our current campaigns. Or, contact us to learn more about commemorative giving at Schulich.
    • US-based Schulich Alumni and Friends
      • For our US-based alumni and friends, please click here for more information on supporting the Schulich School of Business.
    • Faculty and Staff
      • For current Faculty and Staff wishing to make a gift through payroll deduction, please download and complete the pledge form below and return to Ellinore Gomez, Project Coordinator, Annual Giving and Stewardship, SSB Room W362 N.

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