1. Why your gift matters

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    Your gift to us can make a difference in so many ways. Our community of supporters helps us shape a better future.

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    Give to Leeds today and help us transform lives.

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  3. Leave a gift in your will

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    Help us to nurture talent, push forward with research, and make discoveries which will change the world for the better.

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Give to Leeds

There are many ways to give to Leeds and every contribution makes a difference.

Your gifts enable us to nurture talent, raise aspirations and power societal change.

Each one of our worldwide community of supporters plays a vital role in supporting our University’s outstanding research and education.

With your help, we can shape a better future for humanity.

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If you'd like to speak to us about your donation, please get in touch at give@leeds.ac.uk.

Why your gift matters

More ways to support Leeds

  • Leaving a gift in your will

    By including a gift to the University in your will, you can help us to nurture talent, or push forward research in an area close to your heart.

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  • Volunteering

    Give the gift of your expertise and time and help guide students to success.

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  • Philanthropic partnerships

    Trusts, foundations and other corporate partners realise their mission by funding world-leading research and working with us to benefit the wider community.

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