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What Could You Do?

The University of Edinburgh is lucky to have a small army of supporters who have dedicated their time to raising funds for the University through participating in a fundraising event or challenge.

Kerry Mackay

Our supporters have swum, climbed, run, sung, walked, skydived, danced, golfed, partied and recited to raise money for us.

Motivated by a project or research area particularly close to their hearts, they go to incredible lengths to support the University in its contributions to the community.

Previous projects

Previous projects include - but are by no means limited to - research into Alzheimer’s disease, autism, cancer, epilepsy, fragile X syndrome, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and funding access bursaries for students.

We can turn your interest or hobby into a fundraising event to support your most precious project.

Kerry MackayIndividual Giving Officer

What could you do?

Whatever your interest or hobby, from cake baking to canoeing, there is always a way to turn it into a fundraising event to support a project close to your heart.

Get started and get inspired by downloading our Fundraising Pack. This handy guide contains everything from fundraising ideas to inspirational stories.

Fundraising Pack

 

Find out more about how you can support projects, students and research at the University of Edinburgh.

Download the Fundraising Pack 2013 (pdf)

What can I support?

Here are a few ways that you can choose to support the University of Edinburgh.

Support the Anne Rowling Clinic (pdf)

Support the Dick Vet (pdf)

Support the Euan MacDonald Centre (pdf)

Support the Patrick Wild Centre (pdf)

Support Scholarships and Bursaries (pdf)

If there is something you would like to fundraise for that isn’t listed above then please contact us. We would be happy to discuss other projects and areas of research that can benefit from your support.

Contact us

If you would like more information or are keen to get started then Kerry Mackay, our Individual Giving Officer would be delighted to hear from you. You can phone her on 0131 650 9221 or email at the address below.

kerry.mackay@ed.ac.uk