Gifts in wills

The University of Birmingham is fortunate to have benefitted from gifts in wills throughout our 100 year history.

From enhancing research to developing our beautiful campus or supporting the next generation of students, our alumni and friends are ensuring the University continues to succeed well into the future. Whether 1% or 100% of your assets, each legacy plays a vital role in our work and even a small percentage can have a transformative impact. If you remember your time at Birmingham fondly, please consider remembering us with a gift in your will.

Download the latest version of the Remember Birmingham Impact Report.

A gift for the future

A gift for the future

Some areas of our work will always require support from alumni and friends. Find out where you can have the greatest impact.

Donor stories

Donor stories

Your gift will have a transformational effect. Read more about how legacy gifts have made a difference.

How to leave a gift

How to leave a gift

Including a gift in your will is quick and easy to do. View our suggested wording and tips for planning your will.

Thank you!

Thank you!

We are extremely grateful for the consideration and generosity of our donors. Thank you for remembering Birmingham.

Get in touch

Get in touch

Whether you are just starting to think about your will or have already remembered Birmingham, we'd love to hear from you.

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

How do you remember Birmingham? Relive your Birmingham days and share your memories with your fellow alumni.

Emma-Hazlewood

If you have left a gift in your will, would like more information, or have any questions, please feel free to contact our Legacy Officer, Emma Hazlewood. If you are an existing legacy donor and would like to share your reason for remembering Birmingham, or have any comments about our communications, Emma would be keen to hear from you. You can contact her on +44(0) 121 414 7957, at legacies@contacts.bham.ac.uk, or by using our online form.

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