Help communities succeed

With your assistance, much needed resources will be available to elevate the community and enhance local, national and international connections.

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Reasons to give to community

Inspire the next generation of scientists

Create public spaces for all to enjoy

Acknowledge Indigenous culture

Amplify Indigenous thought leadership in the creative industries

Support the first philanthropically endowed Indigenous Chair in Australia to help amplify the role that Indigenous knowledge, perspectives and practices play in our local, national and international communities.

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Inspire entrepreneurs for the real world

With your help, we can create the next generation of entrepreneurs and encourage government and industry to further invest in this vital sphere.

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Cultivate Indigenous connections

Your support will help fulfil a meaningful commitment to Indigenous Australians by providing significant resources to establish the Carumba Institute.

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Inspire young scientists

With your help, we can continue to inspire young scientists by providing vital resources and experiences that schools would otherwise not be able to access.

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Immunisation to support the health of Indigenous women and children

Improve the awareness, uptake and timeliness of vaccines during pregnancy and early childhood in rural and regional communities to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.

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Latest giving news

26 Nov 2020

Widening Participation in Science Bursary a boost for STEM studies

After leading and growing QUT’s STEM Widening Participation program for eight years, Maria Barrett decided she wanted to do something special to inspire and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds to continue their science studies through to university.

17 Sep 2020

QUT researchers use design to save wildlife

Thanks to the generosity of #QUTGivingDay donors in 2018 and 2019, QUT researchers have partnered with Australia’s largest orphanage and sanctuary for bare-nosed wombats, Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary, to create an Australian-first quarantine hospital burrow specifically designed to ease the treatment administration of sarcoptic mange in bare-nosed wombats.

Support students

Support financially struggling students to stay at university and reach their full potential.

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Support research

Invest in vital research to help find solutions to issues that affect us, our loved ones and the world we live in.

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Support QUT

Give to a QUT priority fund that requires immediate assistance.

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