Leave Your Mark
Be part of revitalizing one of our most iconic landscapes by creating an enduring legacy for you or someone you love.
Support U of T’s future and become a part of its history with an engraved granite paver to be placed in the area around Convocation Hall. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to mark your connection to the University or honour someone special.
Granite pavers are generous 12”x12” squares, which can be engraved with up to 50 characters. See below for a peek of what your personalized paver will look like!Donate a paver
The addition of new seating areas will offer more opportunities for discussion, relaxation, quiet reflection or simply taking in the scenery. Join us in making St. George campus a more welcoming and comfortable destination by making a gift that will be recognized on a bench in the University’s historic core.
You can support U of T’s future and become a part of its history with a Landmark Project bench. More than 100 single and double-length benches will be added to areas near and around King’s College Circle, creating new areas for rest and relaxation, conversation and reflection. The commemorative benches will be situated to serve as many people as possible and to provide optimal views of the grounds and the University’s iconic buildings.
Your name can be inscribed on one side of a commemorative bench through an online gift. There are also multiple sizes of benches available at various donation commitments. To learn more about different bench sizes contact Jonathan Cheevers at 416-978-4928 or email@example.com.
Other Ways to Leave Your Mark
The University of Toronto Landmark Project includes a range of significant naming opportunities for prominent new public spaces along King’s College Circle, around Hart House Circle and in other connected areas. These include signature plazas, seating areas, walkways and pavilions that are beautifully integrated with the winding granite pathways and gardens. Serving as flexible outdoor gathering spaces for students and the community, they will transform our open spaces into much greener, more accessible and socially dynamic places.