Our donors

Philanthropic partnerships have been vital to Cambridge's success throughout its history. The foresight of our benefactors today continues to enable us to serve society through academic excellence.

Our donors

Testimonials

Discover why philanthropy matters and how it makes Cambridge better still. Hear from our donors about their philanthropic motivations and from those who have been supported by such gifts during their time at the University.

 
 
 
 
 
Christina Dawson
Philanthropists Christina and Peter Dawson have been long-term supporters of St Catharine’s College, Selwyn College, and the University of Cambridge. They are based in California. Christina spoke with us about what motivates her to give back and how philanthropy can help disadvantaged students fulfill their potential.
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University volunteer and philanthropist Tzo Tze Ang (Trinity 1997) is passionate about the contribution Cambridge can make to society and the power of philanthropy to help facilitate world-changing research.
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Allison Goodwin (Clare 1985), tells us why leaving a bequest to her College will help in the same way she and others have benefited from earlier generations support.
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Udayan (Udi) Chattopadhyay (Sidney Sussex 1992), explains why you should consider making a bequest and how he remains connected to Cambridge
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Martin MacConnol (Magdalene 1987), a member of the University’s Alumni Advisory Board, and Chair of its Communications Working Group, explains why he became a volunteer for the University.