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For International Donors

Our International Giving site makes it easy to support SP2 even if you live outside the United States. Your contribution may even qualify for tax benefits in your home country.

A GIFT WITH IMPACT

SP2 Annual Fund

Annual Fund contributions are unrestricted funds that meet a variety of needs, including tuition assistance support, faculty recruitment and retention, facilities, technology, and unanticipated expenses.

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Supporting Programs of Excellence

Naming Term or Endowed Scholarships/ Fellowships

Tuition assistance in the form of named term and endowed scholarships/fellowships* is a major SP2 priority. These gifts may be designated for students of merit in any of the School’s three master’s degree programs or the Doctorate in Clinical Social Work (the PhD in Social Welfare has a separate financial support structure). Donors may name scholarships/fellowships in perpetuity for a minimum investment of $150,000. Term scholarships may be established with a minimum investment of $25,000.

* “scholarship/fellowship” may be used interchangeably

Named Term or Endowed Professorships

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SP2 Climate Statement

SP2: Commitment to Climate Justice At the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) we understand the climate crisis to be a significant social justice issue, brought on by structural […]

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New data dashboard finds guaranteed income pilots help Americans afford basic necessities

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Equity-focused learning community receives new joint funding

Two new grants from the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation will support the Equity in Practice Learning Community (EiPLC) initiative of Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy (AISP), an […]


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