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Giving to Goldsmiths makes a difference to the lives of current students.

Your gift, when combined with those of fellow alumni or friends of the University, makes a significant impact on what we do now and in the future.

Find out what areas your donation can support:

Annual Fund

Students in PSH

The Annual Fund ensures projects that benefit our students and the local community are brought to life. Hundreds of our alumni have decided to support the Annual Fund. Every donation helps ensure Goldsmiths’ financial sustainability now and in the future.

By supporting the Annual Fund you’re helping to strengthen the areas where the need is greatest. Find out more about the Annual Fund and show your support today.

Scholarships and bursaries

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Education makes a significant impact on an individual and on society, and financial constraints should not prevent a talented student from going to Goldsmiths and reaching their full potential. Through a bursary or scholarship, you can give a student the opportunity to benefit from a Goldsmiths education, whatever their social or cultural background. 

Find out how you can create a named scholarship or bursary.

Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art

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A centre for contemporary art is being built at Goldsmiths, and we have so far raised over £1.8m through the generous donations from alumni, friends and charitable foundations. Work donated by Goldsmiths alumni was auctioned for more than £1.4m at a Christie's auction to raise funds for the new Goldsmiths CCA.

We aim to raise the balance, as well as an endowment to support the ongoing activities of the Goldsmiths CCA in perpetuity, between now and when it opens. If you would like to discuss supporting the project, contact Alison Woolley, Director of Development and Alumni Relations: development (@gold.ac.uk) or +44 (0)20 7896 2805.

Bespoke giving

Richard Hoggart Building

If you would like to join our Leadership Circle, remember us in your will or support a specific project at Goldsmiths, contact Alison Woolley, Director of Development and Alumni Relations: development (@gold.ac.uk) or +44 (0)20 7896 2805.

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