Giving to Curtin
Dr Tracy Westerman Aboriginal Psychology Scholarship Program
With your support, we can encourage and enable more Indigenous people to further their education and help train future psychologists to make a real difference in regional and remote communities.
Young Alumni Helping Hand Fund
The Young Alumni Helping Hand Fund is an initiative created by Curtin’s Young Alumni Advisory Board (YAAB) in conjunction with the Curtin Student Guild. Lend a helping hand by helping ease the stress of current students face.
Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute (CHIRI)
CHIRI is the only research institute in the southern hemisphere solely dedicated to developing new treatments for diseases that more commonly occur with older age. Your support will further our four key research areas.
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.
About the Foundation
The Curtin University Foundation was created to manage philanthropic donations to the University.
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.
After suffering the loss of his wife of 61 years, Keith Vaughan understood the importance of health research.
Belinda Cuomo is truly grateful to be a recipient of the Soroptimist Riverside Bursary scholarship.
Nelly Hodges wants to inspire and encourage future generations of medical scientists.
The Curtin Health and Wellness Clinic is possible thanks to the generous support of the Tenix Foundation.
Brian and Barbara chose to donate in recognition of the opportunities that Curtin has provided them.
Research into indigenous education
In 2001, a generous donor left a bequest in his estate to support research into indigenous education.