Our 2014 annual appeal aims to raise support for student scholarships, breakthrough research and Monash libraries.
A gift from alumnus Julian Burnside has established the Chamber Music Australia Chair of Composition at Monash.
Join the Monash Pioneers in commemorating a great Australian and the University's namesake.
Dr Cathy Foley hopes
to inspire a new generation of female scientists through her
volunteer role on the Faculty of Science School of Physics Advisory Board.
Make a donation today to one of our key priority areas.
Or why not make a unrestricted gift to our area of greatest need?
Making a gift is easy. We provide online options; we can also process your gift over the phone, mail or fax.
Make a regular gift by credit card to provide stable and reliable support for students, research, teaching and learning, and campus enhancements.
Why not make a major gift to our capital campaign or a key priority in your faculty of interest.
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Have an impact on the future of education and research. Consider including Monash University in your Will.
Support the Achieving Potential Fund and help us provide scholarships, bursaries and support grants for our students.
Support the Monash annual appeal.
Direct your support towards an area of personal interest.
Alumnus Tony Palmer and his wife Lisa hope to leave a lasting legacy at Monash. They have established the Tony Palmer Award for Excellence.
A desire to give back has inspired Nick Apostolidis' involvement with the Faculty of Engineering.
Pharmacy alumnus Michael Halprin is providing a legacy for future generations of pharmacists through the Michael Keith Halprin Scholarship Fund.
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