Columbia University is geared as never before to address world issues from climate change to social justice. The Columbia Commitment builds partnerships with donors and volunteers sharing an urgent sense of what Columbians can do for our students and the world.
Ways to Give
With your gift, renew Columbia’s commitment to students, faculty, and solutions.
The Food Pantry, a student-run initiative, aims to help students focus on their studies, not on finding their next meal. Volunteer your time or donate food (online or in person) to ensure all students eat well.
On April 23, tune in for a Just Societies Facebook LIVE talk on health and human rights with professor Maya Sabatello and postdoctoral research scientist Anindita Dasgupta. These talks bring together faculty from the School of Social Work and across the University. See past episodes.
On April 25, come to the opening of South African artist Mary Sibande's first solo exhibit in New York City at Columbia's LeRoy Nieman Gallery. Sibande's art honors the women in her family who were forced into domestic work during apartheid. The show ends May 1.
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Our commitment to Just Societies renews and emboldens efforts to build an equitable, inclusive world. Just Societies is part of The Columbia Commitment campaign, which builds partnerships with donors and volunteers sharing an urgent sense of what Columbians can do for our students and the world.