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How to give

by EO01SJ — last modified 2013-09-25 10:08

Thank you for choosing to support the University of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland Foundation.

Donate by postPlease download and complete the donation form and return to the address below:

Donation form


Your gift, whatever size, will help the UH&ISF support the University for the Highlands and Islands. Larger sums can fund a project on its own, or a significant part of a project and this support can receive acknowledgement in a variety of ways.

Academic appointments - $200k to $500k spread over 2 years
It is through the appointment of outstanding academics that institutions build its reputation, create new opportunities for innovation and collaboration and attract the best students and researchers.  Supporting a professorial chair is one of the most valuable contributions a donor can make to a university.  We ask you to consider appointing new leaders in fields such as energy, engineering, creative industries, archaeology and health.  Make a gift and invest in academic talent.

PhD studentships - $150k spread over 3.5 years
Make a gift and invest in the next generation of researchers who will help to unlock new knowledge, understanding and innovations

Undergraduate scholarships– gifts of $25k and above
Make a gift, support a student and help them realize their potential

Student Development Fund – gifts of $10k and above
Make a gift to the fund that is helping students to broaden their horizons and take up opportunities (here and abroad) to grow and develop

Please make checks payable to 'UHI of Scotland Foundation'. Once your donation is received we will send you the receipt you require for tax purposes. Thank you.

University of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland Foundation
c/o Chapel & York Ltd
1000 N.West Street, Suite 1200
DE 19801

If you would like to discuss making a donation please contact the UHI development office.


The UH&ISF is a 501(c)(3) organization and donations to it are tax deductible to the extent of the law.