The progress we make in understanding and developing treatments for cancer is made possible by the generous support of individuals, companies and charitable trusts and foundations. Our donors support us every step of the way in the ongoing fight against cancer.
UCL launches new philanthropy campaign
UCL is aiming to raise £600m for cutting-edge research, transformative capital projects and expanded student support in a new fundraising and engagement campaign, It’s All Academic – The Campaign for UCL, launched today (Thursday 15 September 2016) in London. The Campaign will focus on four main themes: students, health, London, and disruptive thinking.
Funding will support the UCL to achieve some of its biggest strategic ambitions, including support for our world-leading cancer research, with with a particular focus on personalised therapies and immunotherapy.
UCL Development & Alumni Relations Office
UCL’s Development and Alumni Relations Office (DARO) works with the academic community to raise significant philanthropic funds for UCL and to develop a world-wide network of supportive alumni and other friends to help UCL achieve its goals. Funding is raised through developing alumni relations, regular giving as well as major gifts and donations.
UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust (CIRT)
June 2016 update: please note that the Cancer Institute Research Trust is winding down. Going forward, UCL DARO will be building on the major contribution of the Trust and will help to support the teams at the UCL Cancer Institute to carry out vital research that will lead to new research discoveries.