The University of Liverpool is celebrating some of the incredible milestones of its COVID-19 Emergency Response campaign since its launch in March.
The Emergency Response Campaign is raising funds to support the University’s world-leading and transformational COVID-19 research, as well as assisting the NHS through equipment donations. It is also supporting students who may find themselves dealing with additional financial hardship as a result of the pandemic.
Christina Turner, Director of Development and Alumni Relations said: “In an incredible global effort, our community of University staff, students, alumni and partners has delivered an awe-inspiring collective response to meet this unparalleled global challenge. We are incredibly proud of the individuals who have volunteered their time or services, contributed to research at the University, and donated or shared this vital campaign. On behalf of the University of Liverpool, we thank you.”
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