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Remembering Leeds

Students at graduation

Your legacy, our future

By including a gift to the University of Leeds in your Will, you could help to nurture the people, generate the ideas and make the discoveries that will change our world for the better.

Legacies have played a crucial role in the development of the University of Leeds since its foundation.

Today, Leeds is acclaimed worldwide for the quality of its teaching and research, and in large part owes its high international regard to initiatives made possible by the support of alumni and friends.

We already touch countless people's lives through our students, our graduates and our research and innovation.  Our ambition is to make an even greater impact on the world around us, from our local community to the global stage.

By including a gift to the University of Leeds in your Will, you could help us to nurture the people, generate the ideas and make the discoveries that will change our world for the better.

Displayed in Parkinson Court, a special leather-bound, handwritten book remembers the many alumni, former staff and friends who have left a gift to the University in their Will. The list stretches back to 1878 and new names are added every year. It is a written history of sustained generosity; between them, these thoughtful people have played a central role in the development of the University of Leeds since its foundation. There is also an online version of the book, which you can access by clicking on the image opposite.



 




Find out more

For more information or a confidential discussion about leaving a legacy to Leeds, contact Caroline Bartholomew, +44 (0)113 343 2347.

Our Remembering Leeds guide and suggested legacy wording are also available to download.


Remembering Leeds: Legacy gifts 1878-Present

Remembering Leeds Book 1

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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