Carleton Collaborate Campaign: People coming together raise their hands for change

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Carleton Collaborate Campaign Reaches $200-Million Milestone

With the aid of more than 21,000 foundations, corporations and individuals, Carleton University’s drive to gather resources for projects aimed at improving lives around the world, and in its own backyard, has reached $200 million of its $300 million goal.

“We’re here for the good of the community, and with our supporters, we have a vision for what the community needs,” said Roseann O’Reilly Runte, president. “We are delighted, through this campaign, to partner on new ideas that will make a difference in the world.”

Leading up to Carleton’s 75th anniversary in 2017, the university launched Collaborate: The Carleton University Campaign, the most ambitious fundraising effort in the school’s history. The campaign seeks to raise $300 million for students, faculty and researchers so they can further contribute to the good of society, its economy and institutions, and the health and well-being of people globally.

Carleton Collaborate Campaign to improve lives and provide solutions for global challenges

Carleton donors and supporters believe in the power of higher education to improve lives and provide solutions for global challenges. During this campaign, they have dedicated their time and resources to important initiatives such as:

As a pillar of the community, and as a platform for donors and philanthropists to bring positive change across the globe, Carleton is Here for Good.

“A gift to Carleton is ultimately a gift through Carleton towards a greater good,” said Dr. Runte. “Carleton was founded in 1942 with a mandate to serve the community, and this campaign furthers our ability to meet that commitment.”

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