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The telephone campaign for the Benefactors’ Fund continues its success.
In 2008/09 the Benefactors/ Fund raised £150,350.71. So far this year £112,740.72 has been raised with £68,788.28 of pledged gifts.
The new team of student callers (seen above) contact graduates from their own subject area, which enables them to share stories about how the University has changed over the years.
All money raised goes towards improving learning facilities and services, contributing to scholarships, bursaries and student hardship payments, benefitting areas of greatest need.
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