Our students inspire us daily with their determination to tackle the world’s toughest challenges. Here at Elliott, our mission is to help them realize this vision through an education that prepares them to lead with knowledge, skill, and moral compass. We invite you to share our goal. Your support contributes to a better future for all.
How You Can Help
Your gift has tremendous impact, amplifying the student experience in the classroom and beyond, furthering scholarly excellence, and energizing the Elliott School’s outstanding research institutes.
Your gift reaches the world, strengthening programs that help shape a more peaceful and prosperous global society. Contributions to the Elliott Dean’s Fund enhance student learning, on campus and across the map. You can also share our mission by contributing to the GW Power and Promise Fund for the Elliott School or through support for our renowned research institutes.
George Washington University offers a range of vehicles for philanthropic giving. To learn about these, visit GW’s main giving page.
The Power of Giving
"What I want to do with my Elliott School master's degree is to go back home - South Sudan - and work to promote peace, reconciliation and conflict resolution."
Atem Malak, MA '18
The GW International Women of Elliott (I/WE) is designed to raise the global visibility and connectivity of female leaders in the Elliott community. Read the article above and visit the I/WE website for more details on membership levels.
Your philanthropic support has enhanced the lives of countless students and the broader GW community. Because of you, GW and the Elliott School continue to change the world each and every day. Your impact is greatly appreciated. Raise High!
Hundreds of our students are struggling to meet basic expenses, including food, housing, and transportation, or the technology to continue their studies. But generous donors have stepped up, and the GW Cares Student Assistance Fund has made an immediate difference in numerous students' lives, including an ESIA graduate student from France.