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Inspiring philanthropy

With more than $252 million raised to date, the Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen Now continues to transform teaching, learning and research at our university. Our Future of Giving report provides a heartfelt thank you to donors who generously gave to our university in 2022.

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Gina Cody, MEng 81, PhD 89

Gina Cody, MEng 81, PhD 89
Alumna, business leader, philanthropist

Gina Cody was named Outstanding Major Donor by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Quebec in 2022 and awarded an honorary doctorate from Université de Sherbrooke.

Gina Cody, MEng 81, PhD 89

Andrew Molson
Chair of AvenirGlobal, Vice‑Chair of the Molson‑Coors Beverage Company, philanthropist

Beyond his impact as Campaign for Concordia co-chair, Andrew Molson also co-led the completion of an unprecedented $110-million campaign for the Montreal General Hospital Foundation in 2022.

Gina Cody, MEng 81, PhD 89

Lino A. Saputo, BA 89
Chair of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of Saputo Inc., philanthropist

A past recipient of AFP Quebec’s Outstanding Philanthropist award, Lino A. Saputo helped facilitate a major gift to Concordia in 2022 in support of creative arts therapies education and research.

Supporting the next generation

Major gifts to the Campaign for Concordia: NEXT-GEN NOW

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Thank you

Concordia’s generous community helps us lead as Canada’s next-generation university. Recognition circles acknowledge the support of our dedicated donors.

Lifetime gifts of $100,000 or more
Gifts for five or more consecutive years
Lifetime members give for 25 years or more
Deans’ Circle: Annual gifts of $500 to $1,999
President’s Circle: Annual gifts of $2,000 to $24,999
Planned gifts or bequests that leave a legacy

Concordia’s donors contribute enormously to the success of our university. Our giving circles recognize the generosity of our supporters. Thank you! We are immensely grateful for your commitment.

Graham Carr, President

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