Lizzy Barnes-KeoghanIf it hadn’t been for the May Dunn Scholarship, Lizzy would have dropped out of uni and abandoned her studies.
Tyson Holloway-ClarkeTo call Tyson a high achiever is in some ways an understatement.
Michelle KerrinMeet Michelle, the first in her family to study at University.
Catherine PhillipsThe ExxonMobil Scholarship and Internship helped Catherine to build up her skills and confidence.
Najib HashimiFor Najib, who travelled with his family from Pakistan to start a new life in Australia, receiving a scholarship was more than just a stroke of luck
Celeste GuzzoFor Celeste, helping others is second nature. Her commitment to community engagement has now been recognised.
Shane ChandraWhen Shane got to the end of his Arts degree in Perth he knew that he wanted to do more.
Averil AstallAveril had her heart set on studying at University. There was only one problem: the cost.
Jemima Amery-GaleThe Cybec Foundation scholarship allowed Jemima to continue her important research.
Ewe Jin TanEwe Jin is taking a leaf out of his donor's book by helping others in need.
Bridget LoughheadThe Mildura Alumni Scholarship helped Bridget to move to Melbourne and discover her true passion for mathematics.
Grace NewtonThe memory of two young University of Melbourne students lives on through the Alexander and Bridget Jones Memorial Scholarship.
Cameron RawA generous bequest enabled Cameron Raw to combine his veterinary science degree with a long-held desire to connect with Indigenous communities.
Giving has so many benefits, for donors as well as recipients. Here are just a few stories which demonstrate the power of philanthropy.