Make a donation to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.
Select a fund
Audiology Support Fund
Support audiology to build a national hearing centre with a mission to improve the hearing health of all New Zealanders through outstanding research, education and leadership.
Bone and Joint Research Fund
Your contribution will help greatly in the search for answers to some all too common bone diseases.
Centre for Brain Research Support Fund
With your support we will continue to develop new therapies, improve clinical care and educate our communities.
Chair of Neurosurgery
The University of Auckland, in partnership with the Neurological Foundation of New Zealand, has launched a fundraising campaign to endow the inaugural Chair of Neurosurgery at The University of Auckland.
Community Eye Health Research Fund
Support cutting edge vision science research and public outreach programmes to help people to see the world, today and tomorrow.
Dean’s Scholarship Fund
A financial contribution from you towards scholarships or fellowships today will help make the difference between retaining and losing a high-achieving student or world-class lecturer or researcher.
Dementia Research Fund
New Zealand’s population is ageing, with a rapidly increasing number of people with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia.
FMHS Gold Scholarship Fund
Help us celebrate 50 years of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences with a gift to the Gold Scholarship Fund.
Global Asthma Network
The Global Asthma Network aims to reduce the suffering that affects at least 334 million people of all ages in all parts of the world, to reduce the economic burden, and to prevent avoidable asthma deaths.
He Kohikohinga Aroha Fund
Support Māori and Pacific Medical and Health Sciences students currently experiencing financial hardship to continue their studies.
Heart Disease Treatment Research Fund
Research Fellow Dr Susann Beier from the University of Auckland is currently investigating the improvement of treatment strategies to account for individual differences, moving from a generic to a personalised effort.
Learning from Māori and non-Māori in advanced age – LiLACS NZ follows octogenarians to learn from their wisdom and develop programmes to promote positive ageing.
MBChB Reunion 2016
Make a gift to the MBChB Reunion 2016 Fund.
Minds for Minds Autism Research
Minds For Minds was formed by a core group of New Zealand based researchers, clinicians and interested people from the community to help better understand autism spectrum disorder and Asperger syndrome in New Zealanders.
New Medicines to Kill Superbugs Fund
The world desperately needs new antibiotics, and the Bioluminescent Superbugs Lab needs your help to find them.
New Zealand National Eye Centre Support Fund
Together with your support and that of other philanthropic partners we are committed to advancing vision research, clinical care and community education.
Ocular Surface Research
Led by Associate Professor Jennifer P. Craig, the team of clinical researchers at The Ocular Surface Laboratory contribute to the overarching aim of better understanding ocular surface disease in order to improve patient management of anterior segment disorders, and in particular, dry eye.
Superbugs research fund
Scientists at the University of Auckland need your help to understand what makes some microbes so dangerous and to investigate how they evolve to cause disease
The Kate Snow Student Hardship Fund
Kate’s Fund will support undergraduate FMHS students, from across all schools, who find themselves in unexpected hardship, ensuring that financial circumstance will not prevent talented students becoming our health leaders of tomorrow.
William Tan Leukaemia Appeal
Dr Tan handcycled from London to Paris in the London | Paris: Be Unstoppable event, a four-day endurance ride, to raise funds for leukaemia and lymphoma research at the University of Auckland.
Zachary Gravatt Memorial Scholarship Fund
This scholarship will support professional development and training for medical students who have overcome significant personal challenges to succeed with their studies.