Celebrating Black generosity and a love of humanity
Black donors have transformed Arizona State University. Their generosity, past and present, has impacted countless lives.
ASU, as a living, breathing gathering place of powerful, diverse perspectives, is committed to accelerating meaningful change and contributing to a national agenda for social justice. To further affirm this commitment, we are joining the global movement of Black Philanthropy Month to celebrate giving by people of African descent and promote funding equity. We are proud to be among the 19 million people across 60 countries participating this August.
Join us as we recognize and celebrate our Black donors, share stories of impact and honor individuals who have given their time, talent and treasure.
ASU alumnus gives his time, talent to help musicians achieve their goals. Learn more.
The Open Learning Scholars Program creates opportunities for students in Middle East and northern Africa Learn more.
Gift creates Beus Center for Cosmic Foundations, where researchers study early stars, galaxies and black holes Learn more.
Anonymous gift provides scholarships to students in Yuma, Arizona. Learn more.
Watts gifts enables free internet for families in Maryvale Learn more.
Retired engineering professor and Mirabella resident creates prize for senior design students. Learn more.