Message from Professor Deborah Terry AO, Vice-Chancellor Curtin University
“Thank you for supporting Curtin. Your decision to contribute either by making a donation, volunteering, joining as an Ambassador or by leaving a bequest is greatly appreciated.
Your philanthropic support is helping many of our students to realise their dreams. It is also helping our teaching and research staff to address some of the community’s most pressing medical, environmental and societal issues.”
Giving to Curtin has made an impact on recipients and donors alike. Now they share their stories with you.
Where to give
Find a program or project close to your heart and join us in our mission to make tomorrow better.
How to give
You can give to Curtin in many ways. Find the option that is right for you and start making tomorrow better.
By supporting Curtin University, you join us in our mission to transform lives and communities through education and research. We thank all of our generous 2017 donors. Through your generosity, you have helped us to make tomorrow better.
Curtin Autism Research Group
The Curtin Autism Research Group (CARG) develops services to improve support for young adults with autism.
Mr Keith Vaughan wanted to donate to pancreatic cancer research at Curtin after the loss of his wife.
Belinda Cuomo is truly grateful to be a recipient of the Soroptimist Riverside Bursary scholarship.
Years after studying at the WA School of Mines, Neil Warburton is encouraging others to support new students.
The Challis Clinic provides free, community-based health care services for children and their families.
Nelly wants to inspire future generations of medical scientists and established an annual encouragement award.