Corporate giving There are many exciting projects across the areas of student support, research and infrastructure which can bring a range of benefits to corporates. Please contact us to find out more.
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 Our Centenary is a significant opportunity for us to galvanise our community to secure Wits’ place as one of the world’s great universities.
Support research and innovation Wits continues to make a positive impact with ground-breaking research across the areas of climate change, digital futures, healthcare, social justice, the arts, history, and more.
Support students and residences Education changes lives. Donate to specific student funds, such as the student hardship fund, bursaries and scholarships, or support future sporting talent or your old residence.
About us We work with corporates, trusts and foundations, government and individual donors to support University initiatives. A Board of Governors and Trustees appointed by the University Council manages our Fund. The Fund is also represented in the UK and the USA.
Thank you To all of our donors, supporters and investors, we wouldn’t be where we are now without you. Thank you for helping us keep access and excellence alive at Wits.
How to give This section will tell you more about the platforms you may use for your donation. If you have any questions, and regardless of the size of the gift you have in mind, we are here to help. Every donation helps.
Benefits of donating Find out more about the benefits of donating such as naming opportunities and tax benefits.
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