Dear World,
We're working on COVID-19.
But we need your help.

Yours, Cambridge

Our society faces its greatest challenger yet. Cambridge ideas, insights and research are essential to fight it. But we need your help.

Yours, Cambridge


Oliver (Robinson 1999) and Jodie (Robinson 2001) Millican made a generous gift of £50,000 to establish the Windward Bursary for Women in STEMM. The Bursary is means-tested and awarded to female undergraduates studying Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics or Medicine.
Classics undergraduate Zaynab Ahmed
Joyce Reynolds Awards to support underrepresented Classics students bolstered by a new gift.
To celebrate and honour Professor Hawking’s life and achievements, the University wishes to establish a major research and public engagement programme in his name, with the Stephen Hawking Archive at its heart.
Donors Elizabeth and Roderick Jack have made a gift to fund the new role of COP26 Coordinator at Cambridge Zero.

Featured priorities

Cambridge Children’s Hospital holds the potential to transform the lives of young people regionally, nationally and globally by seamlessly integrating physical and mental healthcare
Cambridge’s bold and ambitious programme to address educational and social disadvantage.
Rob Miller and students in Whittle Lab
Accelerating the development of decarbonisation technologies in aviation and beyond
Dolby Centre Construction May 2020
The new Cavendish Laboratory will house some of the most advanced, controlled experimental environments in the world. It is here that our world-class scientists will forge a new era of pioneering advances. But we need further funding to complete and equip this new laboratory. 
A new, major interdisciplinary initiative focused on the transition to a zero-carbon future, bringing together the best of Cambridge in people, research and knowledge exchange.

Our goal

£1.86 billion
£2 billion