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Give Back

Albeit their hard work and commitment both on the playing field and in the classroom, Gee-Gees cannot succeed on hard work and sacrifice alone, it also takes financial support. Here is your chance to give back to the program that has given so much to you.

Giving can be quick, simple and convenient. You can make a contribution according the frequency that suits you best and choose the type of gift you would like to give.


  • Basketball (M)

    Basketball Team on the court celebrating Wilson Cup.
    Commitment and sacrifice in the classroom and on the courts are given by all members of the men’s basketball program, but this is not always enough to keep the proud program alive. Thank you for your gift to the University of Ottawa Sports Services.
  • Basketball (W)

    Women's Basketball Players With Trophy and OUA Banner Championship.
    Albeit their hard work and commitment both on the playing field and in the classroom, Gee-Gees cannot succeed on hard work and sacrifice alone, it also takes financial support. Here is your chance to give back to the program.
  • Football

    Football Team with Vanier Cup.
    When you support the football program, you’re paying tribute to the history of football at the University of Ottawa, helping the program down the road to success this year and strengthening the program for years to come. Thank you for your support.
  • Hockey (M)

    Hockey player shooting on goaler.
    To achieve excellence, our student-athletes make huge sacrifices and overcome challenges. The support provided to our student-athletes helps to reduce their financial burden while allowing them to perform both in their sport and in the classroom.
  • Hockey (W)

    Back of two women's hockey players's jersey.
    Student-athletes make a significant commitment of time and energy. To achieve excellence, they make huge sacrifices and overcome major challenges to meet the daily demands of their full-time studies and sport. Thank you for your support.
  • Rugby (W)

    Women's Rugby Team with their championship banner.
    Focusing on their quest for a national championship becomes easier for our student-athletes knowing they can count on the support of people who care about their success. Your gift to the University of Ottawa Sports Services makes a difference.
  • Soccer (W)

    soccer player in white in front of the net with goalkeeper in red on the right.
    Help us allow the players to get the most out of their experience while delivering outstanding results both on and off the field. Your investment is meaningful for each one of our student-athletes and worthwhile for you as a fan, friend and supporter.
  • Swimming

    Swimmer doing butterfly.
    Your personal support has an immediate impact, not only on the athlete, but on the entire swimming program, a group which will work tirelessly to represent you as a donor and their university with pride. If you are sport fan, give today and make an impact.
  • Track

    Track athlete running.
    The track and field athletes are committed and ready to represent the University of Ottawa once more and we need your support to help this athletics program in a way which will continue to bring success and a quality student-athlete experience.
  • Volleyball (W)

    Volleyball player at the net.
    When you give to the volleyball program, your tax-deductible contribution provides much-needed funding to meet the rising costs of operations, recruiting, study hall and tutoring, coaching development and mentoring. Thank you for your donation.
  • General

    Mascot.
    It takes hard work, careful planning and resources to build teams that inspire pride. Over the past decade, the University has laid the foundation for competitive varsity sport programs. Thank you for financially supporting sports facilities and programs.
  • Camps

    Kids beside mascot at a Gee-Gees camp.
    Sports Camps Fund - The initiative hopes to make Gee-Gees camps accessible to deserving children demonstrating financial need. Since 2012, this initiatives has helped to send more than 170 kids to a summer sports camp.