With the help of our foundational donors, Trinity College has  raised over $36 million since 2012, helping to pave the way for the Living Trinity Campaign.

Foundational Giving    |    Living Trinity Campaign

Bill and Cathy Graham
Cathy and Chancellor Bill Graham

Foundational Giving

May 2012 – April 2019
$35M raised

April 2013
$5M gift from Chancellor Bill Graham ’61 to found the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History

July 2014
$1.5M gift from Anne Steacy ‘76 establishes the Anne Steacy Program in Science Writing and two new streams for Biomedical Health and Medicine & Global Health in the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One program

December 2014
$1M gift from Marilyn ‘65 & Charles ‘62 Baillie provides high-impact bursary support

March 2015
$2M gift from Chancellor Bill Graham ’61 establishes a landmark partnership between Trinity College and the Faculty of Arts & Science to fund tenure-track academic positions

November 2015
$1.5M gift from Anne Steacy ’76 creates the Anne Steacy Counselling Initiative

December 2015
$1.35M gift from an anonymous alumna supports the construction of the new Trinity College Archives

November 2017
$1.25M gift from George ’61 & Martha ‘63 Butterfield endows the Butterfield Environment & Sustainability Stream in the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One program

December 2017
Campaign Advisory Group meets for the first time

January 2019
Grenzebach Glier + Associates engaged for campaign planning study

Living Trinity Campaign

January 2019
Living Trinity Campaign Cabinet formed with Carolyn Kearns and Michael Royce as Co-Chairs

March 2019
Trinity Board of Trustees approves Living Trinity Campaign

September 2019
$10M gift from Trinity alumnus Brian ’82 & Joannah Lawson (Master of Industrial Relations ’89, U of T) establishes the Integrated Sustainability Initiative at Trinity College

October 2019
Chair’s Reception marks the official launch of the Living Trinity Campaign

July 2020
Living Trinity Campaign reaches halfway mark with $20M raised

Anne Steacy, Brian Gable and Provost Mayo Moran
Anne Steacy, Brian Gable and Provost Mayo Moran