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In ways big or small, how are you making tomorrow better?

This is what your delegated Ambassador will be asking when they call. Whether you are making this a better world through your professional or personal life, we would love to hear about it!

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Giving to the Appeal

Funds raised in the Alumni Annual Appeal will create new opportunities for students with boundless potential but limited means, and will support Curtin programs which empower young adults living with autism to thrive in work and life.

100% of your donation will be used for the cause you choose to support, and we'll keep you informed of the impact of your gift. Gifts to the Appeal are tax-deductible.

View the Giving to Curtin FAQs for more information.

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Alumni Annual Appeal Scholarships

Alumni donors provide vital funds to assist and encourage Curtin students to access and thrive in their education.

In 2018, donors to the Alumni Annual Appeal created scholarships to support four students for the entirety of their degree. By donating to the Alumni Annual Appeal Scholarships in 2019, you will continue to transform the lives of Curtin students, providing them with new opportunities and supporting them through their journey.

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Young Alumni Helping Hand Fund

As recent graduates, Curtin’s young alumni truly understand the rising financial pressures of university education.

Funded solely by the young alumni community, the Helping Hand Fund supports students who are in financial stress. By contributing towards small grants to support essential living and study costs, you can help provide some breathing space, so these students can focus on getting back on their feet.

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Autism Talent Hub

The Autism Talent Hub combines the activities of two groups working to improve the life outcomes of young people on the autism spectrum; the Autism Academy of Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) and the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program.

These programs support young people with autism to build their skills and confidence, and explore career paths that are aligned with their particular strengths, particularly in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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WASM Scholarship Endowment Fund

The WA School of Mines (WASM) has been at the forefront of enhancing the knowledge and skills of the mining and resources sector for over a century.

The WASM Scholarship Endowment Fund will invest donations to establish a sustainable source of funding for generations of WASM students in need of support, encouraging the brightest students of all backgrounds and experiences to become future industry leaders.

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The Appeal

The Alumni Annual Appeal will run for 10 weeks, from Wednesday 21 August until Tuesday 29 October.

Curtin’s students will be calling from the following phone number: +61 8 9266 9255.

If you would prefer not to receive a phone call in this Appeal, or would like to update your details, please contact us at

If you’re unable to take the phone call but would still like to donate, you can do so here.