Reshaping Business Education

“The BMO Aboriginal Business Teaching Fund gives opportunities to students who wouldn’t have a chance otherwise to go to university”
– Bianca Caroline Hervo Trottier

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Donor Impact BMO Landing Page Video

Making the Improbable Possible

“The Spitz Fellows Program isn’t just supporting me, it underscores the fact that it’s important Aboriginal women are represented in business.”
– Thao Atkinson

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Thao Video

In the Fast Lane

"The generosity of UBC Sauder donors allows us to pursue what we’re passionate about without having anything hold us back"
- Maia Brundage

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Leading with Confidence

“The more knowledge you have, the more opportunities you have to help your community."
- Karen Dunstan

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Karen Dunstan Video

Dean Helsey Profile Main Page


Know that your generosity helps strengthen the culture of philanthropy and volunteerism in the UBC Sauder community, and for that I am truly grateful." - Dean Robert Helsley


In past fiscal years, generous gifts from donors enabled UBC Sauder to expand areas that transform the student experience by:

  • Significantly contributing to the Portfolio Management Foundation, which provides select BCom students the opportunity to gain experiences that prepare them for careers in the global capital markets and the challenges of work in the global investment industry.

  • Supporting the Caritas Centennial Entrance Awards and other scholarships which provides financial assistance to academically qualified students who would not otherwise be able to afford studies at UBC Sauder as they make the transition from secondary school and other institutions to UBC.

  • Enabling students to participate in the challenge of real estate case competitions where they’re immersed in complex investment problems in real estate transactions, learn to work within teams and network with industry leaders and corporate partners in an international setting.

  • Investing in the self-sufficiency and economic growth of Aboriginal communities through gifts to the Aboriginal Management Program (AMP), a Ch’nook Aboriginal Business Education program that integrates Aboriginal values into business education for students from across BC and Canada.

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