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AASC COVID-19 Response Fund

To respond to various needs that arise due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, this fund will be used to help translate materials for our non-English speaking community members, so they can access accurate and life-saving information about COVID-19, via our online Multilingual Resource Hub.

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Additional Ways to Give

There are many ways to support the Asian American Studies Center (AASC) at UCLA, which developed Learn more about ways to make a donation that works best for you.


In writing a will or living trust, you can specify that you would like your estate to benefit UCLA. Your bequest gift may enable you to make long-term support to the AASC, while at the same time allowing you to achieve your short-term financial, philanthropic, and other goals.

Real Estate

Giving land, farms, personal residences, and rental or commercial property, either in its entirety or in part, can benefit the AASC while providing you relief from capital gains taxes. For residential properties, it is possible to arrange a sizable tax deduction by deeding a home to UCLA, while continuing to occupy the property for life.

Personal Property

The AASC gratefully accepts donations of materials that support the academic, teaching and research mission of the University. The University receives a wide variety of such gifts, including rare books and manuscripts, works of art, equipment and other items of value.

Intellectual Property

We welcome gifts of copyrights, patents, royalties, licenses, and technical data. The tax and legal provisions that govern these gifts vary according to the type of property.

Stock and Bonds

Appreciated stocks and bonds are a popular asset donated to UCLA by alumni and friends. Securities can be transferred directly from your brokerage account to the university’s account.

Matching Gifts

The easiest way to double – or even triple – your contribution to the AASC is to request a matching gift from your employer. Thousands of companies nationwide support their workforce by making such gifts to the organizations and institutions their employees care about. To see if yours is one, check our database of matching gift companies before making your donation.


A pledge is a statement of intention to make a gift to UCLA. Donors who seek to defer the bulk of their giving until a future date, or who want to give via installments over time, may use this giving strategy. This allows donors to promise a gift in the future and make payments over time.

By Phone

Make a gift with a credit card, by calling our Development office, at (310) 794-2305.

By Mail

Send a check via USPS, made out to “The UCLA Foundation” with the memo “AASC donation,” to:

                The UCLA Foundation
                PO Box 7145
                Pasadena, CA 91109-9903


Charitable Gift and Tax Information

All gifts to the Asian American Studies Center are fully tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes, and subject to any limitations placed on charitable gifts. Please visit the UCLA Foundation website for information on fund disclosures and donor privacy, here. For UCLA tax I.D. numbers, tax exemption letters, and other frequently requested documents, please visit the UCLA Donor Toolkit.

Any Questions?

Please contact us to speak about what you would like to accomplish with your philanthropy to the AASC. We would be glad to help!

                Christi Corpus
                Director of Development
                (310) 794-2396

                Assistant Director of Developmemt
                (310) 794-2305


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