RMIT donors create a real difference in the lives of RMIT students, researchers and their communities.
Gifts to RMIT support excellence in education and research, and can transform the future.
You can give to support scholarships, or contact us for ways to support research and other programs at RMIT
You can also read more about why and how our donors choose to give to RMIT in our yearly donor magazine, Supporting Our Future.
Read inspiring stories of donors who have made a difference.
School of life
A lifelong connection to RMIT helped Heather Mallinson decide to leave a bequest to the University, ensuring her passion for education thrives into the future.
From here to eternity
Legendary ad man Bob Isherwood overcame the odds of a humble upbringing thanks to an unexpected scholarship from RMIT. Years later, he returned the favour.
Accepting responsibility for those less fortunate
When he began as an employee at RMIT, Dr Gavin Moodie knew he wanted to support the University's social entrepreneurship program on a regular basis.
The memory of a great family and their contribution to RMIT lives on each year through scholarships and fellowships endowed in the Storey name.
"Why I chose to give a bequest"
When Silvia Tejedor enrolled in the Certificate of Technology in Electronics at RMIT in 1980, she was one of only two women in the course - at the time, it wasn't a field many women chose to pursue.
Ending malaria, one donation at a time
RMIT researchers are part of a global push to eradicate malaria, thanks to support from the Gates Foundation.
In the 1950s Gerald and Nell McCraith built an iconic house on the Mornington Peninsula. Here they share their family’s inspiring story.
A family is raising money to start a university scholarship in memory of their son, who died from a rare form of leukaemia.
Giving cultural gifts
Automotive designer and RMIT alum Phillip Zmood, who helped conceive some of Australia's most iconic cars, donated a collection of works to the RMIT Design Archives last year for an exhibition.
The George Alexander Foundation
The extraordinary life of former RMIT teacher George Alexander has produced a legacy that today helps RMIT students overcome difficulties that might stand in the way of their academic success.