Your Gift Makes a Difference

Though UCLA is host to an astoundingly diverse student body, there’s one thing every Bruin possesses: a tremendous potential for accomplishment.  Whether they shine in the classroom, the laboratory, or the playing field, every student can find a way to excel here in Westwood—and, of course, acquire knowledge that will help them attain lifelong success.

When you contribute to the UCLA Fund, you’re making a gift to a campus area of your choice.  But you’re also investing in our youth—and our future. UCLA depends on private contributions to sustain its excellence. Every donation helps UCLA adapt to our rapidly shifting world and provide the instruction, opportunities, and experience that will help today’s students become tomorrow’s leaders.

That’s why each gift, no matter the size, makes a difference for UCLA.  Your gifts make the University stronger today and promise a brighter tomorrow.  On behalf of every member of the Bruin family, thank you.


Chris Adams '79, MBA '82
Chair, UCLA Fund

Your Gift Supports People

Whether an incoming freshman or a long-ago graduate, every Bruin benefits from contributions to the UCLA Fund. Our support provides up-to-date research tools in campus libraries and laboratories, assists in recruitment and retention for our world-renowned faculty, bolsters student services, and more. These endeavors make UCLA a tremendous place to study—and maintain the value of the UCLA degree for every graduate.

Your Gift Improves Places

The UCLA campus is undeniably picturesque—but it’s what goes on inside those beautiful brick buildings that counts.  That’s why the UCLA Fund works to support not just our classrooms, but cultural institutions like the Hammer Museum, the Fowler Museum, and UCLA Center for the Art of Performance.

Your Gift Propels Ideas

What happens at UCLA doesn’t just stay at UCLA. Every day, across campus, the world’s foremost experts are making discoveries that will revolutionize business, save lives, and expand the boundaries of knowledge. Learn more about the groundbreaking work originating at UCLA.