Ways to Give
There are many ways that individuals or organizations can give to NAIT. Your gift will help us achieve our ambitious goals and keep our promises to Alberta, students, industry and staff.
Gifts can include
- real estate
- life insurance policies
- wills and bequests
You can also support NAIT with endowed funds that provide stable and long-term funding for applied research chairs and scholarships and bursaries. And your gifts can be directed to equipping laboratories and shops, upgrading classrooms and other new construction priorities.
Or by making an unrestricted gift, you can help us to respond quickly to emerging needs of the institution, such as curriculum changes, technological needs and applied research initiatives.
Explore the following opportunities that will meet your giving interests and support NAIT’s growth.
Corporate & Individual Partnerships
Leadership or major gift donations from an individual or company can be made through a multi-year pledge or one-time instalment. Work with Department of Advancement staff to find the best giving option that meets your philanthropic or community investment goals.
Gifts-in-kind are non-cash gifts of tangible items, including property, equipment, software or business inventory donated with the sole purpose of enhancing the learning experience at NAIT.
NAIT’s annual giving program garners support from alumni, faculty and staff, and friends through various fundraising campaigns and activities throughout the year. These gifts combined provide critical support to enhance programs, projects and student success initiatives at NAIT.
Legacy gifts provide the opportunity for donors to leave a gift of insurance, assets, property or stock to a non-profit organization through the estate planning process.
Scholarships & Bursaries
NAIT's Scholarships and Bursaries program makes a real difference at NAIT. Gifts to scholarships or bursaries give students critical support to achieve their educational and career goals.
NAIT President's Society
NAIT created the President’s Society to recognize key supporters—alumni and friends in the broader community who are committed to our students and programs.