Make A Difference

With your help, we can support our students’ dreams while shaping the future of our communities

Making a difference is a great feeling — knowing you’ve helped someone, solved a problem, changed a life.

You can make a difference this holiday season with a gift to support UFV students in financial need. The ripple effect of your generosity is exponential. A UFV education transforms lives.

Our students gain the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience that prepare them for careers which strengthen our communities in so many ways.

Across the Fraser Valley, you will find UFV students becoming the teachers, nurses, tradespeople, and business leaders we will rely on. Help them get there.

Support local education and make a difference at home

Please consider supporting scholarships and bursaries for deserving UFV students like Aziz Ghafoor (featured below) who will go on to make a lasting difference in our community.

Every gift will have a ripple effect that engages learners, transforms lives, and builds community. Together we are propelling future generations.

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Our commitment to you

We want to ensure you can have full confidence and trust in UFV when you give. And we are committed to always treating our donors the way they should be treated—as valued partners in our shared mission. Read UFV’s official Donor Bill of Rights to learn about our promise to you.

UFV Employee Giving

Our employees make a difference.

Learn more about making a one-time gift or signing up for payroll deductions in support of vulnerable students in our community.


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Wants to be a Champion for Vulnerable People

Having lived in Mexico City until she was six, Daniela aspires to become an immigration lawyer to aid and guide people in vulnerable circumstances. Her education at UFV has given her a base of knowledge to pursue her goal as well as the ability to think critically about the world around her.

Professors and individuals at UFV have had a tremendous impact on her life, lighting a fire in her to fight for human equity and justice. She believes her education will equip her to provide solutions to the problems that individuals and communities face.

Daniela Castroparedes Herrera

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