Support our COVID-19 Fund The Wits COVID-19 discretionary fund supports specific initiatives that alleviate human suffering and difficulties arising from COVID-19.
Wits Centenary In 2022 Wits will celebrate its 100th birthday. Through its long history, Wits has remained resilient, with an enduring commitment to excellence.
Support our projects Support Wits research, the arts, bursaries and scholarships, infrastructure, or university access, or partner with us in finding solutions to the challenges that impact our societies and our environment.
Benefits of giving In addition to making an impact on Wits and society through their generosity, donors and sponsors can also benefit directly through their contributions.
Thank you Our donors, supporters and investors, are the mainsail of our University. You have consistently been there for us, helping to sustain and advance our globally competitive university.
Development and Fundraising The Development and Fundraising Office works with corporates, trusts and foundations, government and individual donors to support vital work across the University.
Pioneering Partnerships SETAs, corporates and other universities - partner with us. Contact Peter Bezuidenhoudt on +27 11 717 9702
Naming opportunities Naming opportunities for external investors, sponsors and donors that can be customised to meet their particular requirements.
Tax certificates Do you need a tax certificate? Contact Maria Shaderlow on 011 717 9724 or click here to email.
Keeping your investment safe We are mandated by a Board of Governors and Trustees appointed by the University Council. Click here to find out more about the legal entities set up to manage funds raised for the University.
How to get in touch with us Contact details for the Development and Fundraising Office. We look forward to partnering with you.
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