Monetary Gifts

How it works 

No matter the size, every gift to NAIT has the potential to impact our students. If you’d like to support NAIT through a one-time or reocurring gift, we can help with that.

We can even help you personalize your gift so that it helps students and staff in areas you value most.

Making your donation

There are several ways you can make a monetary donation:

Cash

You can drop off a one-time cash gift either in-person or make that gift through our online system. We would ask that you please do not mail cash.

Credit Card

If you’d like to make a one time or recurring gift online or via eTransfer, we’d be happy to help you out with that. Simply fill out the online donation form and we’ll get started.

Money Order

If you prefer to donate by mail, you can donate a one-time gift via cheque of Money Order payable to the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT).

Download and fill out the printable donation form (pdf) and send it to the address below. 

Phone

Edmonton Area: 780.471.8800 
Toll Free:  1.800.289.7609

In Person

Visit our main campus location to meet with a member of our Advancement team.

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Department of Advancement 
11762 106 St NW 
Edmonton, AB T5G 2R1

Meagan Shroeder

“I feel like I owe a lot for where I am in my career to my time at NAIT. It provided me with the tools to accomplish my goals and gave me the freedom to make my own decisions.”

— Meagan Schroder 
Bachelor of Applied Business Administration – Accounting, '08

Have Questions?

Our friendly staff are available by phone, email or in person to help you every step of the way.

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