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The Pearce Report on Philanthropy to UK universities stated an ambitious target of gifts of £2 billion a year by 2022.  To meet this goal the workforce of educational fundraisers...

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UK universities saw record levels of donors and funds raised in 2011-12, according to the annual Ross-CASE Survey report, the only detailed source of information on higher education philanthropic giving...

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A major new grant-making foundation was launched at the House of Lords on 14 February2013.

The Peter Sowerby Charitable Foundation, which registered as a charity in 2011 and is building an...

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The total number of donors who gave to universities in 2010-11 was 204,250, an increase of 10% since 2009-10 and 24% since 2008-9.

UK universities received £560m in philanthropic cash income...

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Philanthropists Raoul and Catherine Hughes and Brian and Margaret Roper have received Bath University’s highest award for philanthropy being welcomed  into the Chancellor Lord Tugendhat‘s Roll of Honour.

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A £1.5m gift by businessman and philanthropist Dr Leonard Polonsky to the Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford  will support library digitisation initiatives....

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Hong Kong based Chinese billionaire businessman and K.B.E. Sir Ka-shing Li is donating £5m to Oxford University, which adds to the £800m already raised by the ...

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Last year, Dr James Martin, one of the world’s leading computer scientists, pledged to donate up to $50m (£33m) to the eponymous school he set up at Oxford University, to fund 20 key...

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Professor Lord Bhattacharyya has committed to a five-year programme of personal donations to the University of Warwick that will create a fund worth around £1m to support research.

This is thought...

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One of a Florida university’s biggest donors says he cannot honour a 2007 pledged donation of $16m (£9.5m) to them because of the recession, reports The Associated...

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