Help research succeed
Your donations are supporting experts in the field to achieve unprecedented results that can impact you, your loved ones and the wider community.
See how supporting research can help shape a better world.
Technology to save our koalas
Inform effective conservation decisions and recovery efforts through improved monitoring to detect koalas and other wildlife that have survived the devastating bushfires.
Restore the Great Barrier Reef
Your support will help secure the future of one of the world’s most incredible natural treasures by eradicating destructive reef pests and growing healthy, new coral.
Solve the energy problem
Invest in QUT’s renewable hydrogen energy research to help create a healthier planet for future generations to come
Stop child abuse
Every child has the right to a safe, secure, and loving childhood. With your support, we can help develop policy and practice to prevent and reduce child maltreatment in Australia.
Towards a waste-free world
Your support of the Centre for a Waste-Free World will help to generate knowledge, processes and technologies to make our world more sustainable, secure and resilient.
Stop disease wiping out one of the world’s staple foods
Help develop bananas that are resistant to disease and secure a reliable food source and farm income for some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Lead healthcare with 3D printing
With your support, we aim to lead the way in biofabrication with precision manufacturing to provide personalised and customised solutions for surgery, implants, prosthetics, bionics, clinician training and patient education.
Improve prostate cancer treatment
Help improve treatment options, outcomes and quality of life for men diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Latest giving news
Since 2018, QUT Giving Day has raised more than $3.6 million from 5,480 generous donors. This year on QUT’s third Giving Day, the QUT community rallied again to support world-changing education, research, and community projects. Together, 1,570 donors raised more than $1.2 million!
George and Margaret Wilson started university a little later than most. Born in the west coast town of Ayr, Scotland, George joined the British Army in 1960 craving adventure. While serving in Malaysia in 1965, he met Margaret, and they married later that year. They’ve since lived in Germany, Melbourne, and Papua New Guinea.