THE CAMPAIGN FOR BERKELEY

Donors can choose to donate to either of two general categories:

1) The new Center for Latino Chicano Studies – Research and Arts Activities Fund

Student Research Support Opportunities
$ 300 – $ 1,000 Mini-Grants in Social Science/Humanities Research
Funds mini-grants program for individual or group undergraduate and graduate student projects addressing the new center’s research programs

 $500  –  $2,000 Marco Antonio Firebaugh Writing Program
Funds student research and writing support/publications on undocumented status and immigration issues


$1,000 –  $5,000 Artist-in-Residence Program
Funds training in the arts and media, covers program costs, tuition, and materials for student projects
 
Sponsors (name to be added to plaque in relevant room)
$10,000 Parlor Meeting Room 1st Floor
$15,000 Conference Room 2nd Floor
$35,000 Arts Gallery 2nd Floor
 
Naming Opportunity Conference Room 1st Floor                     
$500,000 – $1,000 000

Chicana/o Latina/o Studies Endowed Chair
$1,000 000 – $2,000 000             
First endowed chair on Chicana/o Latina/o Studies – A historic opportunity!

 

2) Friends of the Latinx Research Center

$1,000 LRC Friend
Your generous gift supports all of the Center’s work:  the speakers, the policy briefs, the working groups, and the working papers.  Your gift would entitle you to an opportunity to meet with the speakers during lunch and you would be invited to   attend the working groups events.  You also will be given access to the new Policy Briefs and Published Reports before they become publicly available.

$5,000 Policy Briefs
Your gift supports the publication and dissemination of our Policy Briefs series, which began in 1989.  These briefs cogently outline an important policy issue and provide solutions for policy makers, practitioners, and policy advocates.

$15,000 Summer Academic Support
Your contribution will support two undergraduate student Policy Interns. In partnership with our collaborating organizations, Policy Interns will be given mentored, intensive, practical opportunities to become a part of a community organization. Interns will learn to work with the media, write reports/press releases, testify at key policy hearings, and participate in key meetings with top government officials, corporate CEOs, and political leaders.

Even as we strategically raise endowed funds through The Campaign for Berkeley to ensure this work in perpetuity, we recognize the urgent need for current-use funding. Gifts of any amount can be made online at LatinxResearch@berkeley.edu (click on “Donate” button above) or with a check made payable to the Regents of the University of California with LRC in the memo line.

For more information, please contact: LatinxResearch@berkeley.edu