The University of Auckland has launched an ambitious fundraising campaign that seeks to achieve great things for New Zealand and the world.   Through partnerships with supporters and donors the University aims to address some of the biggest, most vital questions facing our communities.   Can we change the future together?

New champion for ageing well calls time on loneliness

Professor Ngaire Kerse has two questions for the holiday season: who made your Christmas cake? And if you know an elderly person who is lonely, why not invite them to share some?


$5 million gift supports brain research

Auckland businessman and philanthropist Sir David Levene is giving the University of Auckland an early Christmas gift - $5 million to support brain research.


Can we create a safer future?

New Zealand has the opportunity to demonstrate global leadership in research that will bring about intergenerational change to drastically reduce violence and transform society.


Can we maximise the potential of 'Big Data' while avoiding its misuse?

The power of ‘big data’ will be limited only by the resources that can be made available to unlock its potential.


Student Emergency and Wellbeing Fund

Support students currently experiencing challenging personal circumstances or short-term financial crisis to continue their studies.



Can we work in partnership?

Achieving the audacious and aspirational requires commitment and continuity, and the security of knowing that support is there – in advocacy and in philanthropy. There are many ways you can assist the University’s people and their work.


Find out more about the Campaign For All Our Futures