Financial Goals and Gift Opportunities to Support the Harvard China Fund
The Harvard China Fund has a near-term goal of matching the University’s commitment of $15 million. The longer-term goal is to raise a total of $50 million in support of Harvard’s teaching and research mission related to China. These funds may be either for immediate impact, or may endow enduring priorities for Harvard’s commitment to China well into the future.
Harvard Students to China
$1 million will name an endowed Fund for Harvard Students in China to support internships, service learning, and other student travel opportunities in China.
$500,000 will establish a Travel Fund to support student experiences in China.
Chinese Students at Harvard
$1 million will name an endowed Fellowship Fund for Students from China to provide full-tuition for one Chinese student at Harvard.
$500,000 will name an endowed Fellowship Fund for Students From China to provide a partial fellowship for one Chinese student at Harvard.
$5 million will name an endowed Founder’s Fund for Research and support one academic conference at the Harvard Center Shanghai or the Cambridge campus.
$3 million will name an endowed Annual Research Symposium to be held in Cambridge or Shanghai.
$1 million will name an endowed Scholar’s Fund for Research to support key areas of research through the Faculty Grant Program.
$500,000 will provide Faculty Grants for collaborative research involving Harvard professors and Chinese scholars.
The Harvard China Fund encourages support for the key initiatives above, and also welcomes suggestions for other gifts to be used at the discretion of the Chairman and Steering Committee.
For more information regarding these gift opportunities, please contact:
Maggie Zong (English and Chinese)