Impact: The Nottingham Campaign raises £150 million

August 10th, 2015

We are delighted to announce that thanks to the generosity of thousands of supporters – including hundreds of staff and students – we have reached our ambitious target of raising £150 million in charitable donations through Impact: The Nottingham Campaign.

These funds have supported students through scholarships, Cascade grants and by enabling exciting new developments across campus such as the new David Ross Sports Village, GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory and New Theatre. It has made life-saving research at the Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre possible and is offering hope to millions by supporting ground-breaking advancements in detecting cancer early.

We will be officially celebrating reaching this milestone in October with all those who have been part of this incredible campaign so far. However it is clear to see that the projects and research made possible through Impact are just as important today as they were when we launched the campaign 5 years ago. Students still face barriers in coming to University and diseases like cancer and dementia are major global health issues. This is why we are extending our fundraising target to £200 million and creating exciting new ways for people to give their time to help students fulfil their potential and support world-changing research here at the University.

More updates and highlights from all that we have achieved so far will be available from October. In the meantime, if you have any questions about the Campaign or our planned celebrations please contact us at

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