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Your oppor­tu­nity to be remem­bered as an inte­gral part of this ground­break­ing inter­na­tional edu­ca­tional insti­tu­tion won’t last forever.

Regard­less of your nation­al­ity, now is your time to give back and help the world by help­ing to edu­cate the gen­er­a­tion of tomor­row. Inter­na­tional trade is a means of achiev­ing global peace. Every finan­cial con­tri­bu­tion you make is an active step towards that goal of peace.

Sol­Bridge, as a pri­vate edu­ca­tional insti­tu­tion, pro­vides many oppor­tu­ni­ties for legacy giving.

Fund­ing is always needed for schol­ar­ships, addi­tions and improve­ments to facil­i­ties, and oper­at­ing and edu­ca­tional equip­ment. Dona­tions are gladly accepted from both cor­po­ra­tions and pri­vate indi­vid­u­als. You may also remem­ber Sol­Bridge in your Will and leave us a legacy.

All donors may be listed on the Sol­Bridge web site (if desired) and in other appro­pri­ate pub­li­ca­tions. List­ings are by gen­eral dona­tion level, as well as, if applic­a­ble, named donations.

Schol­ar­ships fully-funded by one cor­po­ra­tion or indi­vid­ual may be named for that cor­po­ra­tion or indi­vid­u­als. Partly-funded schol­ar­ships may have up to 4 shared names.

Based on level of dona­tion, you may have var­i­ous parts of the school facil­i­ties named for you, as well as var­i­ous spe­cific events and research programs.

Gen­eral dona­tion lev­els are listed below

Inter­na­tional peace patron More than US$50,000 Sil­ver patron More than US$5000
Plat­inum patron More than US$20,000 Bene­fac­tor More than US$3000
Gold patron More than US$10,000 Spon­sor More than US$1000

 

Inter­na­tional peace patron named gifts

Class­room US$500,000 Chaired fac­ulty positions US$1,000,000
Con­fer­ence room US$700,000 Research cen­ter US$7,000,000
Fac­ulty offices US$700,000 Sol­Bridge library US$10,000,000

Amounts for Events and Research Pro­grams vary based on the spe­cific event or program.

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