Philanthropy and sponsorship enable us to boost and enhance what we do, and help us to drive our contribution to bettering the world and improving our society.
Alumni and friends have generously donated to life-changing scholarships and groundbreaking research since 2001
has been pledged by generous donors since 2001
projects have been funded by our generous donors
To find out more about the many ways you can support Lancaster University, and to make a donation, please click here.
Defying Dementia is a community supported campaign tackling the big threat presented by brain diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Motor Neurone Disease.
Join The College 1000 and support your Lancaster College. You can enable us to offer life-changing educational opportunities and create a supportive environment for our students.
By donating to scholarships and opportunities you can help us to encourage students from less privileged backgrounds, fund young researchers and enable students to continue their studies regardless of financial hardship.
Find out how you can donate to the newly redeveloped Management School, which will serve our vibrant international community of students, giving them the best experience in an inspiring environment.
This campaign helps fund projects which improve our students' experience of university life, as well as college based projects and initiatives to increase academic resources and excellence.
This is an urgent campaign to help academics who are unable to carry out their work because of conflict, violence or oppression in their home country.
“It was the full package at Lancaster that really set me up career-wise”, explains alumnus Mark Thorpe, KP Snacks CEO.
Graduating from Lancaster University in 2009, Oliver Tattersall and Ian Molyneux have since embarked on a journey into Asia where they have opened the door to many other aspiring graduates.
Good advice is priceless according to Nigel Mills, CEO at the rising star of the luxury whisky market, The Lakes Distillery.
Andrew Carter (Criminology & Sociology, 2009,) has recently had a book published entitled 'The Thing Is', a humorous memoir featuring tales from various stages of his life including the three wonderful years he spent at Lancaster.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Lancaster University's involvement with Formula Student and our engineering students are still relishing the opportunity to join in with the project.
Tony Anderson (Marketing & Italian, 1987, Fylde) reflects on his time as Marketing Director with the groundbreaking airline easyJet.
Lancaster University Philanthropists help the university to preserve and grow its reputation by supporting...
To find out more about our fantastic Philanthropists and the projects that they help to support, please click here.
The Lancaster University Friends Programme is a long-term fundraising initiative which has been going since 2001. Its aim is to raise funds from our alumni and friends to support a number of important causes across the Lancaster campus and the wider community including...
Our student call team contact alumni during term time to update alumni details, compare experiences of Lancaster and to make alumni aware of the fantastic causes which the university is supporting.
To find out more about the great work the Call Team do, and to support them, please click here.
The Friends of Lancaster University in America Inc. allows US-based alumni to help the next generation of students to share in the Lancaster experience through tax-deductible philanthropic support.
Find out more information here.
The University has set up an agreement with Chapel & York’s Hong Kong Foundation for charities; making it easier for you to donate tax effectively to Lancaster University.
To find out more about the Hong Kong foundation and its charitable work, please click here.
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