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A Brighter Hope

You can support current students to succeed at Liverpool Hope by supporting A Brighter Hope and the following funds by visiting our online donation page or returning the Donation Form to the Alumni Office.

Student Scholarships


‌These are non-refundable sums of money paid to a student in each year of their course of study and can be awarded to undergraduate or postgraduate students.  Awards start from £500 per year.  Over the last three years 'A Brighter Hope' contributed over £100,000 to the Student Scholarship programme. You can make a gift to the Scholarship Fund, through the Online Store.

Named Scholarships

Individuals or groups who wish to donate £2,000 or more (including individual gifts made in memory of a loved one) will be given the option to ‘name’ their scholarship, stipulate the subject area it will support and can personally present the award to the recipient student at the University’s annual Scholarship Awards evening. In a similar way organisations may wish to donate towards corporate ‘named’ scholarships. You can make a gift to the Scholarship Fund through the Online Store.

Sheppard-Worlock Library

students using the library

‌The library buys thousands of new books per year with costs ranging from a few pounds to hundreds of pounds per book. Through A Brighter Hope, supporters can donate £30 which is often enough to buy a book. Larger donations can fund the stands the library uses to display valuable reference books or even contribute towards the collections themselves. You can make a gift to the Sheppard-Worlock Library through the Online Store.



Global Hope

Student and child on a project in Uganda

This is the umbrella term given to Liverpool Hope University’s overseas charitable development work. Over the years, Hope students and staff have been able to support a range of educational communities in locations as diverse as India, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Malawi, South Africa, Brazil, Romania and Uganda.

Students who take part in Global Hope projects gain an extra qualification that adds real value to their academic achievement. On top of this they gain real-life experience and skills in global citizenship including cultural issues, health and safety abroad, dimensions of poverty and planning - all things prospective employers will almost certainly recognise and value, giving them added advantage in the job market upon graduation.

Over the last three years   Global Hope has exceeded all previous records in terms of its reach, locations, numbers and the diversity of the activities undertaken. The University supported over 100 staff and students on 25 projects in India, Malawi, Kenya, Nairobi, Uganda, Sri Lanka, The Philippines and Brazil. These valuable projects cost anything up to £10,000 each. You can make a gift to support Global Hope projects, via the Online Store.

Greatest Need

students at hope

If you do not have a preference for where your gift is allocated you can elect for it to be donated to the project that the University decides has the greatest need for support. Currently this is Student Scholarships. To donate to the project in greatest need, please click here.