Give to UNE

UNE's ability to deliver excellence in teaching and research depends greatly on the generosity of alumni and donors. You can make a donation, establish a bequest, or donate in memory of someone. Every gift, no matter its size, is an appreciated contribution.

At UNE we understand the importance of implementing and ensuring the proper stewardship of your gift. Whether your gift is an annual gift, a gift for capital improvement or the establishment of an endowment, it will help advance the mission of UNE and make a positive difference in the lives of others. We also believe that your giving should align with what is most meaningful to you.

Gifts and donations of $2 and over are tax deductible under Division 30 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.  The UNE Foundation is endorsed as a Deductable Gift Recipient (DGR).

Give online

Make an online gift to UNE by using our Secure Online Donation Form located on this page.

Give by bank transfer

Account Name: UNE Foundation Limited
BSB: 082 902
Account Number: 89 364 9308

When payment is made please email remittance details to finrev@une.edu.au and be sure to include information about the designated fund for your donation.

Give by mail

To make a gift by cheque please complete a donation form ((PDF, 29.78 KB)) and return to:

The Office of Advancement
PO Box U32
University of New England NSW 2351

Give by phone

To donate over the phone please call 02 6773 2870. Our team will be happy to talk you through your giving options and answer any questions you may have.



Secure Online Giving Form

The information collected on this form is for processing and receipting your donation. Personal payment information is processed by IP Payment Systems and not stored by the University of New England. Secondary purposes may include updating your details for future communications about fundraising activities and opportunities. This information will be processed by the Office of Advancement. Information collected on this form will adhere to UNE’s Privacy Management Rule and Procedures. Please visit UNE's Privacy page for more information.