Impact of our donors
Hearts & minds
Momentum for constitutional recognition of Australia’s First Nations peoples is growing, supported by the leadership of Professor Megan Davis, a game-changing gift from the Balnaves Foundation, and the abundant grace of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across the country.
Tyree IHealthE has an audacious vision to improve patient care and deliver cost-effective solutions to 21st century health issues. It’s a goal that aligns with the history of the Sir William Tyree Foundation and its long commitment to health innovation and education.
The UNSW Galleries Commissioners Circle addresses the challenges facing Australian artists at the mid-point of their careers, rewarding both donors and practitioners in unexpected ways.
No-one left behind
The COVID-19 Student Emergency Response Fund provided financial aid to students in need. It also left them feeling safe, supported and hopeful.
Ships, Degrees and Separation: Elaheh's story
When she had to flee, Elaheh didn’t realise she might never see her family again – or that she would bear a son, who might never know them.
$10m gift sees UNSW launch critical health engineering institute
The Tyree Foundation Institute of Health Engineering (Tyree IHealthE) will support innovation in health.
Chuck Feeney’s historical $10m gift makes long-term impact on UNSW’s Kirby Institute
As Chuck Feeney celebrates giving away his fortune, the Kirby Institute and those who benefit from our research, say thank you.
Celebrating 20 years of the Tim Olsen Drawing Prize
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Tim Olsen Drawing Prize at UNSW Art & Design. To celebrate, an online exhibition of archived winning works and new artworks will be held prior to the announcement of this year’s winner.
The enduring support of Dr Ronald Lu gives students a glimpse of the world and sees them safely through crisis
Dr Ronald Lu’s affiliation with UNSW spans more than 45 years, having been involved with the University as a student, alumnus, supporter, volunteer and advisor. Now the Chair of the UNSW Hong Kong Foundation, Dr Lu felt compelled to act as UNSW students began to feel the personal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.