In common with most other universities in the UK and across the world, the University of Brighton undertakes a range of professional fundraising activities to secure philanthropic funds to support the life and work of the university today. These funds are raised from alumni (former students), friends of the university, corporate organisations and charitable trusts and foundations.
Our fundraising utilises a range of channels and is conducted by paid university staff, including current students.
All fundraising is carried out in a professional manner, adhering to relevant policies and best practise. The university has established a Gift Oversight Group to oversee the acceptance, administration and allocation of all philanthropic donations received, including associated due diligence work.
A policy outlining our approach to donation acceptance, disbursement and ethical fundraising is available to view.
In addition, a policy regarding institutional naming of buildings and facilities can be viewed online.
The University of Brighton is a registered member of the Fundraising Regulator and adheres to the guidance provided in the Code of Fundraising Practice.
For more details about the fundraising activities currently undertaken by the university to raise money for specific projects, see our supporting the university page.