The members of the Charter Hill Society for Psychology are a community of committed donors who make a three-year pledge of $1,000 or more per year to the Psychology Annual Fund. Your support will ensure that Berkeley Psychology students and faculty continue to do their best work, supporting cutting-edge research and outstanding teaching.
How to join
To join today, please enter your gift amount below. When prompted on the next page, please choose" recurring", "annually", "for a limited time", and then "three years".
Charter Hill Society donors are making possible exciting directions in our graduate and undergraduate student academic and research experiences. Support from Charter Hill helps Berkeley Psychology sustain its excellence in all domains, ensuring that future generations of students continue to thrive and gain valuable experience in the ground breaking research that Psychology faculty conduct.
To make the most impact, consider sustaining the faculty & students of Berkeley psychology by joining the Charter Hill Society.
By making a three-year commitment of $1,000 or more to the Psychology Annual Fund, you will join a group of generous donors and a network of people who care deeply about the future of our department and are committed to investing in the next generation of Cal Psychology graduates.
What is the impact of my support?
- Your support to the Annual Fund provides transformational support for our highest priorities in teaching and research
- Your investment helps secure and improve the experience and support of our exceptional graduate students, undergraduates, and faculty.
- You join a group of leaders in the community of UC Berkeley supporters
What are the benefits?
- Stay engaged and informed about your investment in Psychology department through email updates, meetings, and newsletters.
- Participate in special programming for Psychology, as well as in events with Charter Hill members from around the College of Letters & Science. Recent lectures and events have featured Nobel Laureates and leading figures in sports, government, and entertainment.
- Interact with our faculty and graduate students to learn more about our recent research discoveries.
- Opportunities to network with fellow Psychology alumni around the world.
To learn more about CHSP, please contact Assistant Dean of Development Christian Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-666-2725.