Building Tomorrow: Positive Change through Philanthropy
Philanthropy – the power of giving back – built this university into a vibrant learning community and is the key to sustaining its future.
This autumn CEU is celebrating that power during its second-annual Philanthropy Week, from Nov. 26 to 30. Join as we explore the possibilities philanthropy is unlocking in higher education, celebrate what we’ve been given, and spotlight how we can all make a positive contribution and build a better tomorrow. On campus, at events around the world and online, Philanthropy Week is when CEU’s global community comes together to make positive change happen, through acts of generosity great and small.
Learn More & Get Involved:
There are many ways to celebrate giving, learn more, and help build a better tomorrow, through fun, empowering events in Budapest and around the world (see events, left).
- As our university fights for its academic freedom, take to social media between Nov. 26 and 30 to share your CEU story – how the university helped you or impacted the work you do – and #ThankYouCEU. Or, share pics from your student days with #CEUthrowback.
- Crosspost and hashtag the above, plus #CEUPhilanthropyWeek on your account as well as CEU Alumni & Friends Facebook. The post with the most likes wins tickets to Alumni Reunion Gala 2019 in Budapest!
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Building Tomorrow @ CEU
- Scholarships funded by alumni and individual and foundation donors help promising students receive a world-class CEU education.
- A newly endowed scholarship fund gives aspiring leaders of limited means from the CEE/fSU region the chance to attain their educational goals.
- Research exploring the future of youth employment in Hungary is now informing the commissioning company’s regional CSR strategy.
- Private funding for the Applied Policy Project connects students with clients like NESsT, UNDP, and Global Drug Policy Observatory.
- A transformative legacy gift will protect and support the Blinken Open Society Archives' valuable collections related to the Cold War and human rights.
- The Romani Studies Program, supported by a European funding consortium, enhances education, research, and professional opportunities for Roma.
- Funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is supporting CEU’s academic future in Vienna.
- The USAF Office of Scientific Research enabled CEU’s network scientists to study whether the Nobel Prize reflects the growing importance of interdisciplinary research.
- 100 funders attending the 2018 Grantmakers East Forum, hosted by CEU, explored how best to support civil society.