Roger Tomalas '69 Jan Kessler '75 Sam Grayeli '99 Dart Artagnan '07 Ph.D '12 Eric Juline '69 MS '70 Larry Chris Klein '12 Chelsea Calkins '12 Sid '56 and Millie Jones Michael Terry '96, MBA '04 Gwen Part '98, Athletics, Chancellor's Greatest Ne Sirinya Matute MA '09
Share Your Reasons for Giving

Bruins Are Passionate About Annual Giving

  • Matt Atkin '08

    Matt Atkin '08, a member of the Young Alumni Chancellor's Circle and the Young Alumni Development Council, supports UCLA because in love with the campus, the community, and the people. Read more...

  • Sam H. Grayeli '99

    UCLA welcomed Sam H. Grayeli '99 as transfer student (from USC, no less) with a scholarship to play on its water polo team. And in return for everything UCLA gave him, Grayeli has made supporting UCLA and the UCLA Fund one of his top philanthropic priorities.  Read more...

  • Chris Klein '12

    For Chris, giving back to UCLA is a way for him to show his support, get involved, and give back. His time at UCLA has deepened the importance of service in his life as well as his understanding of nonprofit development and how philanthropic giving is a way to help. Read more...

  • D'artagnan Scorza '07, Ph.D '12

    D'artagnan Scorza '07 Ph.D '12For D'artagnan Scorza '07 Ph.D '12, UCLA helped make him who he is: a leader on campus and in the community, where he is advancing social justice initiatives in underserved communities around Los Angeles County. He supports UCLA so that it can continue its legacy of access to underserved communities. Read more...

  • Doug Yakich

    Inspired by the exceptional care his team of doctors and nurses provided him with during his years as a patient receiving treatment for Crohn's Disease at UCLA, Doug Yakich and his family are proud donors to Partnership for Care, a program in the UCLA Fund umbrella. Read more...

  • Chelsea Calkins '12

    Chelsea Calkins '12, chair of the Student Giving Committee and current Student Chancellor's Circle donor, says that she supports UCLA because UCLA has already given her so much, and she sees her gift today making an immediate impact in benefiting the area of campus that needs financial support the most. Read more...

  • Jan Kessler '75 Parent '11

    Jan Kessler, a 1975 alumna and the parent of a 2011 graduate, believes in giving back because everyone benefits from UCLA's excellence and strength, which is sustained through support from private donations. Read more...

  • Eric Juline '69 MS '70

    Eric Juline '69 MS '70 has served UCLA as a volunteer in a variety of capacities, including as a UC Regent and as President of the UCLA Alumni Association. He believes we should unite behind UCLA "for the collective good of everyone in our society". Read more...

  • Sid Jones '56

    Sid Jones '56 is a long-time participant in the Chancellor's Associates program and a regional committee volunteer. UCLA is at the top of his philanthropic priorities because he benefited from his education and wants to give that same opportunity to anyone who wants it. Read more...

  • Larry "Frisbee" Davis '77, MS '79

    Larry "Frisbee" Davis '77, MS '79 is one of UCLA's most passionate Bruins. He's active as an alumnus, a parent of a current student, and as a supporter. Frisbee talks about why he believes in giving to UCLA's Chancellor's Greatest Needs and how he makes the case for giving to prospective donors. Read more...

  • Michael Terry '96 MBA '04

    Michael Terry '96, MBA '04 was a student athlete and is a current member of Chancellor's Associates. He talks about his favorite memories of UCLA, why giving is so important to him, and why UCLA is at the top of his personal philanthropic priorities. Read more...

  • Katrina Oh '11

    Katrina Oh '11 was a member of the Student Giving Committee and a Student Chancellor’s Circle level donor. She gave to the Global Studies program at UCLA. Read more...

  • Gina Wanless '11

    Gina was a member of the Student Giving Committee and also a Student Chancellor’s Circle level donor.   She discusses her passions at UCLA and for giving back.
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  • Steve Klosterman '74

    Steve Klosterman '74 talks about why he gives to Chancellor's Greatest Needs, the University's unrestricted fund, and his passion for giving, volunteering, and UCLA.
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