UCLA did not become the No. 1 public university in the country without the contributions of alumni. Because of your support, we've engaged more Bruins worldwide as dinner guests, mentors, volunteers, scholarship donors and attendees at more than 1,300 networking events in the past year. Before UCLA's Centennial Campaign comes to a close this month, help continue making a difference in the lives of alumni and students with a tax-deductible gift to sustain your Alumni Association.
On Feb. 22, 23 and 29, Bruins will gather in homes or restaurants around the world to continue a 52-year-old tradition. Consider hosting or co-hosting a dinner party that welcomes 12 new Bruins into your life for one night, and create memories that will last a lifetime.
According to a 2018 survey, food insecurity affects an estimated 45% of all college students. In response to this pressing issue, UCLA's Community Programs Office Food Closet works to provide students with access to basic needs year-round. But as access to food is insecure, so is funding. UCLA's alumni board is stepping up to help and here's how you can too.
The Seventies saw the continuation of the cultural and political revolution that began in the Sixties. With campus protests reaching a crescendo, major strides were made in diversity, equity and science. UCLA Athletics also reached new heights under Coach Wooden's record-breaking reign along with the expansion of women's sports.
Since 1946, the Alumni Association has honored alumni who have risen to excellence through their achievements or their service. Nominate a Bruin whom you admire and who deserves to be recognized with a UCLA Award.
Come out and join the San Diego Bruins during this holiday season of giving as we volunteer at the San Diego Food Bank. All Bruins and family members (10 and older) are invited to help sort and box food at the Food Bank on Dec. 7.