Photo Credit: Patricia Marroquin/UCLA
The Centennial Campaign for UCLA, a fundraising effort leading up to and concluding during the university's 100th year, closed with great success on December 31, 2019.
Through the campaign, generous and passionate donors strengthened the School of Nursing's efforts to educate nurses to provide care for patients from diverse backgrounds, conduct important research to improve care across the lifespan, and lead efforts to strengthen nursing practice globally. The campaign's momentum enabled the school to significantly increase permanently endowed support for nursing students and innovative programs, as well as a new chair in developmental disability studies. The school celebrated its 70th anniversary alongside UCLA's centennial, enhancing its space with exhibits and artwork depicting school history and influential research.
Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts for helping us achieve this milestone.
The Centennial Campaign brought about many transformational stories made possible through philanthropy. Please CLICK HERE to explore some of these stories, and watch the video below to see how scholarship support allowed nursing student Yuliana Estrada to spend her energies focusing on her work. You can also read Yuliana's story on the UCLA Newsroom HERE.
Nursing student inspired to give back to her community.
The money raised through the campaign ensures the School of Nursing can fully leverage capacity to make positive change. Please continue to support nursing education so the school's great work will flourish and thrive into UCLA's next century.
Please consider making a gift to one of our priority areas, which you can read about by clicking the link below.
For more information about additional ways to support Nursing, please contact:
Amy Drizhal, Executive Director of Development & Alumni Relations
UCLA School of Nursing | Office of Development and Alumni Relations
700 Tiverton Avenue | Factor Building, Room 2-940 | Los Angeles, CA 90095
310-794-2358 | firstname.lastname@example.org