Building Better Together

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Together we can be the difference that builds the future

The need for financial support rises every year, but it hasn't halted NAIT students' drive to be tomorrow's best and brightest in the workforce.

The NAIT Fund and Emergency Bursaries provide immense relief to students who are facing some of their toughest challenges (financially and otherwise). For some students, your gifts help cover supplies or tuition costs, and for other students, your gifts help pay their  rent or  fill their fridges.

Throughout 2021, you have made a difference for students by showing that even though their daily lives may have shifted, your support is unwavering. Your gift helps NAIT students overcome their financial barriers and build a better future.

Will you be the difference and help today?

Enter your desired gift amount and continue to the online giving form to select where you would like your gifts directed.

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3 ways you can help students today

The NAIT Fund

The NAIT Fund is used to support students in areas that have the greatest impact, including mental health services, new learning spaces and scholarships.

Emergency Bursaries

Help students overcome unexpected financial barriers to their education.

COVID-19 Student Relief Bursaries

The NAIT COVID-19 Student Relief Fund provides bursaries to students whose lives are disrupted by the pandemic. We launched this campaign to support students in need of urgent financial aid.

"Your generous support is helping me to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a Construction Engineer. Growing up in a single-parent home where my mother had to work very hard to make ends meet has made me realize the value of education. I am the first one in my family to come to Canada to study, and I hope to set a fine example for my younger sister. [...] Your donation has helped me financially, and I now do not have to take up as many part-time jobs as before and  can volunteer more in social services. Thank you."

- ShiangYi Chang (Construction Engineering Technology)

Photo of ShangYi Chan (construction engineering technology student and award recipient) and her mother

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