Giving to GW

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Every gift, no matter the size, enhances the lives of GW students.

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OPEN DOORS

Starting Our New Century with a Focus on Access

Every year, thousands of talented and promising young people come to the George Washington University with a desire to change the world. But not every future leader has the same opportunity.

Let's open doors



 


Emilie Joe Brandt, Class of 2022


"Thanks to philanthropy and donor generosity, I have the opportunity to study in the nation’s capital and be a part of a community that has become so special to me. Throughout my time on campus, I have been intentional about taking advantage of everything that GW has to offer to maximize my student experience."

Emilie Joe Brandt, Class of 2022

Learn more about supporting student scholars →

 

Making a Difference

Chris Zuniga

Students Find Support Among GW Community During Pandemic

The GW Cares Student Assistance Fund helps students, like Chris Zuniga, CCAS ‘22, face unexpected financial hardships in the wake of COVID-19.

Read Zuniga's Story →

Sabrina Davis

Scholarships Help Students Pursue Their Passions

Scholarship support has helped alumna Sabrina Davis, CCAS BA ‘20, study race in politics and social justice.

Read Davis' Story →

LRSAC

GW Alumni and Parents Support Student Initiatives

The Luther Rice Society Advisory Council supports GW programs that enable students to thrive academically, professionally, and socially.

Read about the LRSAC’s gift →

Philanthropy Spotlight

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Open Doors: LeBlanc Scholars

Funds established by Thomas and Anne LeBlanc in 2018 to help students facing financial setbacks access the opportunities they’ve earned are boosted by new gifts from Trustees, key volunteers and university leadership.
Timothy McCaffrey (l) and Ulvi M. Kasimov tour Dr. McCaffery’s lab where he is developing a RNA-based diagnostic device.

$1 Million Gift to SMHS Research Seeks to Accelerate Deployment of Faster, More Accurate COVID-19 Test

GW parents Ulvi and Reykhan Kasimov hope philanthropic support will help stem the tide of the pandemic by developing better detection tools.
Avonda Fogan, B.A. ’16, recipient of the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg scholarship

Avonda Fogan, B.A. ’16

Avonda Fogan has never been one to follow a narrow path, and her scholarship to GW allow her to invest time and energy into exploring new opportunities, like learning Mandarin Chinese and studying abroad in Beijing.