As a current or retired faculty or staff member, you can continue supporting the greatest needs at the University or a particular designation that’s meaningful to you. Login to your my.brocku.ca portal, click on Employee Access and then Brock Campaign to donate through payroll or pension deduction.
Click here to download the form.
Gifts of stocks, securities and real estate
Get the stock and securities transfer form to donate publicly traded securities.
Gifts in memory of/in honour of
When friends of the University pass away, gifts can be directed to Brock University, designated for an award or named memorial fund, and notice placed in the obituary. Gifts can also be directed to the University in someone’s honour when friends of Brock celebrate important life occasions such as weddings or retirements, or when they want to honour a favourite professor or friend. Notice of gifts is sent to the honoured person or bereaved family members.
Make a corporate matching gift
Double the value of your gift by taking part in our corporate matching gifts program.
If you are part of an organization or are a current or retired employee; spouse, widow or widower of an employee; or a member of the Board of Directors, your gift can have twice the impact. You may also be able to use the matching gift program of a parent, subsidiary or affiliate company.
Ask your human resources department for more information. If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift. We will do the rest.
If you have questions about the corporate matching gifts program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (905) 688-5550 x4009.
Gifts by Residents of the United States
Brock University alumni and their families may make donations directly to Brock University and use the charitable receipt for their U.S. income tax returns under the Canada-United States Income Tax Convention.
American citizens (or residents) who are not Brock alumni or related to alumni, corporations, foundations, estates and trusts requiring a U.S. tax receipt can contribute to the University through the Friends of Brock University, Inc. Established in 1990 to facilitate donations, Friends of Brock is a not-for-profit organization recognized under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, Section 501(c)(3).