Major Level Gifts are an important lifeline to our students here at the University of Salford as they can go towards our Scholarship Programme.
A scholarship can be the defining factor for many students on whether to join or stay at university as they provide financial support to those most in need, meaning recipients are able to continue their studies with the assurance of being able to pay for food, rent, bills, and study materials.
Some of our donors are able to make gifts of £3,000 and, at this level, donors may choose to direct their gift towards an existing programme or to establish their own scholarship programme in their name, focused on a particular area of interest.
If you would like to discuss making a Major Gift to the University of Salford, please contact Sophie Ball (Strategic Development Manager):
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0) 7971 101 291
We are extremely honoured that our community of donors support a range of life-changing scholarships and innovative research across the University of Salford. For an insight into the incredible philanthropy in action at Salford, take a look at our donor case studies below.
Our Anonymous Donor has kindly gifted scholarships to talented, creative students at the University of Salford.
The David Tupman Engineering Excellence Scholarship
David Tupman graciously provides scholarships for undergraduate engineering students from a low-income background.
Gerry Mason Scholarships
The family of Gerry Mason have kindheartedly awarded several engineering scholarships to continue his legacy.
JS Engineering Scholarship
An Anonymous Donor has generously awarded scholarships to undergraduate engineering students in recognition of their hard work.
Peter Casey Scholarship
Peter Casey's extraordinary donation has provided many students studying a Built Environment degree with scholarships.
Our Donor Community
Thanks to the charitable donations of our donor community, we established the Salford Advantage Scholarship to provide students with the greatest need a non-repayable award.
AJ Bell have generously provided students completing a computing degree at the University of Salford with incredible opportunities.
The Morson Group has provided our students and staff with extraordinary experiences, from scholarships to the creation of the Maker Space.
Temporary Works forum (TWf)
TWf launched a scholarship for engineering students at Salford to provide both financial and academic support.
The Coles-Medlock Foundation has supported the innovative research of the Salford Institute for Dementia and Centre of Doctoral Training in Prosthetics and Orthotics.
The Haskel Family Foundation
The Haskel Family Foundation has charitably supported the development of the Salford Institute for Dementia (SIfD).
Haworth Charitable Trust
We are grateful for the invaluable, artistic opportunities the Haworth Charitable Trust continues to provide for our students.
The Lady Monica Cockfield Memorial Trust
Thanks to The Lady Monica Cockfield Memorial Trust, students from the School of Arts, Media and Creative Technology have secured life-changing scholarships and participated in innovative projects.