Donations enrich university experience for students
The Sir Michael and Lady Morven Heller Bursary financially support students to pursue an interest or a hobby that is completely outside of their area of academic study that they are passionate about. Since last year, the Hallam Fund has matched Heller donations to double the number of students that can be supported.
Making a life-changing difference to our student community
Sam Coulby is one of our generous donors who continuously supports The Hallam Fund through individual fundraising and payroll giving. Thanks to donors like Sam, our scholars can make the most out of their education and overcome any previous barriers.
Scholarships instil confidence in ambitious students
Louise is a second year Law student who can now purchase course materials and make the most of her education thanks to the compassion of our generous donors.
Running in support of students seeking asylum
Asylum seekers face many hurdles to find sanctuary in the UK and are faced with numerous challenges. Alumni, students and staff ran the Sheffield 10k on Sunday 25th September in support of these students.
Donations help students pursue their passion
Ben is studying environmental science at Sheffield Hallam University. Donations to the Hallam Fund are helping him focus on his second year and pursue his future ambition.
A legacy of supporting opportunity
Sylvia Clark was a community nurse who throughout her life always found ways to help those who needed it, and now her legacy will continue thanks to a generous £50,000 gift from her family to establish the Sylvia Clarke Fund.
An interview with the match funder for the 2022 Hallam Fund telethon, Giles Cunningham
One of our generous donors, who are helping us shape a future where every single student who has the talent can gain the knowledge they need to make their aspirations come alive, is Giles Cunningham. In a recent interview with us, Giles reveals why he supports Sheffield Hallam and the Hallam Fund.
Donations transform lives through education
Kirsty is a first year studying Human Biology at Sheffield Hallam University. She is also a scholar who has been supported thanks to the kindness of our Hallam Fund donor community.
Helping young asylum seekers pursue a brighter future
Yordanos is one of the young asylum seekers who had to flee her home with her daughter and found sanctuary in the UK.
Why I decided to give – How donors are creating a better future
We are truly thankful to our compassionate donor community who reflect our values and passion for transforming lives. Carole Stevenson is one of our generous donors that are helping us make a significant impact on the lives of our students.