Thompson Rivers University is counting down to the 2024 Day of Giving: 48 hours to raise $48,000 in support of students and education.
The remote-learning environment, self-directed pace and dynamic faculty are a few reasons why Open Learning works for so many students.
2024 Day of Giving aims to raise $48,000 in 48 hours starting Feb 29. Contribute at tru.ca/givingday
Teck Highland Valley Copper is giving $575,000 to support industry-leading research on ecosystem reclamation headed by Dr. Lauchlan Fraser.
At a young age, Rachel Dixon knew she wanted to be a teacher some day. Through TRU, she has achieved that aspiration.
Philanthropists Mark and Sally Nairn are championing the TRU Williams Lake Endowed Fund, which will support students for generations.
With a goal to raise $50,000, the TRU Recreation Cricket Fund ensures the sport will live on at TRU.
TRU Honorary Doctorate recipient and donor Ken Lepin awarded numerous students with prizes this fall to spur on their studies.
From building trails to building relationships, supporting funds from Sun Peaks Resort are forging connections with TRU students.
With hard work, determination and donor support, TRU student Kelly Davison and her family are building a sustainable future.
TRU’s 2022-23 Report on Philanthropy highlights the impact of charitable giving to the university.