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The University is committed to the development of the Global Systems Institute. The next phase of the Institute’s development offers many exciting opportunities for potential donors to partner with the University and play a part in finding solutions to the global challenges we face.

As part of the University of Exeter’s Campaign Making the Exceptional Happen we aim to raise £6.2million to support the development of the Institute. These funds will enable the University to build a modern facility to house researchers and students working within the GSI as well as to help fund programmes of teaching and research.

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We welcome gifts of any level which can help to contribute towards this ambitious target. Donate online now.

Major gifts

While gifts at all levels are welcome, donations of over £10,000 will make a significant contribution to the success of the GSI community. A gift of this level can help provide scholarships for students, new equipment or funding to give a PhD students the opportunity to work with leading academics in their field.

Donations of over £100,000 provide a unique opportunity to make an outstanding contribution to the achievement of the GSIs aims and vision. Gifts at this level can help fund the cost of the building, provide state of the art equipment, develop a programme of support for a key area of research or fund key academic posts within the GSI.

The Global Advancement Office will be pleased to discuss bespoke giving opportunities with individuals and organisations interested in making exceptional gifts. The team will also be happy to discuss appropriate donor recognition opportunities concomitant with the gift level, for example, naming of prominent GSI spaces.

If you would like to contribute a major gift (£10,000 or above) to this ambitious initiative, please contact: 

Stephanie Cherington-Rimmell
Senior Development Manager in the Philanthropy team at the University of Exeter
Tel: +44 (0) 1392 722236
Email: s.cherington-rimmell@exeter.ac.uk