Wednesday, 1 December 2021

Thank you to our Leadership Gift Donors

Dr Margaret Mackisack

$600,000

Asylum Seeker Scholarships


Katie Page

$450,000

Scholarships for Refugee Women

Charter Hall

$300,000

Indigenous Scholarships & Integrative Health Research

Goodridge Foundation

$180,000

Indigenous Scholarships for Nursing & Midwifery Students

Bartier Perry Lawyers

$150,000

Indigenous Scholarships for Law Students

Mental Health Commission of NSW

$135,000

Research & Innovation

LEE Ming Tee Foundation

$100,000

Integrative Health Research

Dr Peter Brennan AM

$100,000

Health & Medical Research

AMEX Australia

$80,000

Indigenous Scholarships for Business Students

Dr Wayne Wong

$75,000

Refugee and Indigenous Medical Scholarships

Better Rehab

$60,000

Occupational Therapy Scholarships

Abergeldie

$60,000

Equity and Indigenous Scholarships

Hawkesbury City Council

$45,000

Scholarships for Hawkesbury Students

Hunt & Hunt Lawyers

$37,500

Scholarships for Law Students

Penrith City Council

$25,000

Solar Car Team

Baxter
Healthcare

$20,000

Nursing & Midwifery Scholarships

Together, we've made a difference.

Walk

Thank you to all of our amazing Giving Day Walk-ers! Stepping out and completing your 15km adventure in support of what you’re most passionate about at Western.

Donate

There's still time to sponsor a Giving Day walker or donate directly to scholarships, student life or research and innovation.**



Cheer

Congratulations to ‘Team Chancellor’ and ‘Team Vice-Chancellor’ who have raised over $530,000 for Indigenous Scholarships and Integrative Health research at Western.

Volunteer

Thank you to all our awesome volunteers especially our woohoo-crew, you know who you are!***

Giving Day Walk

Walk Route & Maps.Me App

(Registrations Closed)

The Giving Day Walk started at Lake Parramatta, then around Parramatta Park to CommBank Stadium for the Chancellor's Challenge, through the CBD and then along Parramatta River to a celebratory finish at the University's Parramatta South Campus, Rydalmere.

Western Sydney University acknowledges that the Giving Day Walk took place on the land of the Darug people, the traditional owners of this land, and also acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who reside within this area.

Together, let's make a difference.

*This event was run in accordance with the University's COVID-Safe guidelines and the the latest advice NSW Government advice at the time. Click the link to view the Giving Day Walk and the Chancellor's Challenge COVID-Safety Plan summary.

** Image: Monica Pronk *** Image: Daniel Kukec

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