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Class Campaign 2014

The Class of 2014 is leaving a legacy … will you be part of it?

Join your fellow class members by contributing £20.14 to the Class Campaign for the University of Cumbria today.

Since 2007, the University of Cumbria has provided students with a quality education, a beautiful place to learn and grow, and priceless memories that last a lifetime. From scholarships to support for student employability projects, philanthropic funding to the Bright Futures Fund has become the backbone of the University’s success. Gifts from alumni, parents and supporters better the lives of University of Cumbria’s students every day.

To continue the tradition of giving back, as a graduate of the Class of 2014 you’re invited to join our list of donors and make a gift to the Bright Futures Fund of £20.14 to enable students of the future to develop professional and transferable skills, to enhance their career prospects and help to shape their future success as they enter the increasingly competitive employability market.

It is important to remember when donating that someone you have never met may have helped you reach your educational goals. Class of 2014, this is your chance to pay it forward and leave a legacy.

How does a gift to the Bright Futures Fund make a difference?

Your gift will help enhance student life, career development and leadership development by funding student awards that support student travel and conference opportunities.

What do I give?

You’re invited to consider a gift of £20.14 in honour of your graduation year. However gifts of all sizes make a difference. Whether you can donate £5, £20 or £100, the gift will be added to the Bright Futures Fund class total and will make an immediate impact on the University of Cumbria and future students.

How to give

The easiest way to give is by making a donation online.

You can also send a cheque (made payable to ‘The University of Cumbria’) together with a completed donation form to:

Karen Jones, University of Cumbria, Brampton Road, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 9AY

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