What is the Keystone Campaign?
The Keystone Campaign inspires the campus community to engage in philanthropy. Every year, our family of faculty, staff and retirees volunteer countless hours on campus and donate more than $1 million to support the University of Waterloo.
noun \ˈkē-ˌstōn\: something on which other things depend for support : a large stone at the top of an arch that locks the other stones in place
When those at the heart of Waterloo — our own faculty, staff and retirees — make a personal investment in our University, it sends a strong message of pride to the entire campus community. Students, alumni, friends, parents, and corporate partners see this pride and are inspired to give.
To learn more about why others give to the Keystone Campaign, and the impact their gifts are making on campus, visit our Keystone spotlight page.
Whether you’re passionate about helping students in financial need, you wish to support a special research project, or the University’s highest priority, your gifts make a tangible difference on campus. Thank you.
For more information, please contact Pat Duguay.