Together we have established new scholarships, inspired young girls, innovated new technologies and strengthen research programs.
We need to do more. But we need your help to do it.
Light the way to the future
In the future, we will need capable people to find solutions to the world’s most complex challenges.
Join your fellow staff and alumni in donating today and light the way for the next generation of change makers.
Below is what we've achieved in 2017.
Impact of giving
Turning lemons into leMoNaiD – fighting MND one drink at a time
“MND is becoming more and more prevalent and it must be stopped”
- Juliette Jones
Donations save lives, support students
“Getting a scholarship boosted my confidence and made me feel like I can achieve anything"
- Miranda Wakefield
Fuelling learning in girls
“Parents often do no engage girls in scientific Rockets. The pocket Rockets sends the message to young girls that STEM learning is valuable”
How can your gift help?
The Vice-Chancellor’s Fund
The Vice-Chancellor's fund provides flexible funding to support new opportunities across the university…
Donations to this fund support faculty initiatives and helps build a vibrant experience for our students.
MQ Health funds
Donations to the MQ Health fund supports research and medical programs at Australia’s first university-led health sciences centre.
Macquarie University is committed to ensuring that students from backgrounds of disadvantage are given access to education. This fund provides scholarships to allow students to achieve their full potential.
Motor neurone disease
Support Australia’s largest MND Research Centre and Clinic to help find a cure and give hope to those affected.
The Law School campaign
Raising funds to work with our wider community and educate a new generation of graduates.
Changing the world – one mind at a time.
Your donation to Macquarie University will help us to continue to award scholarships, embark on new projects to improve the student experience, and undertake world-class research to tackle the world’s challenges.
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