Recent Contributions Received by the Durban University of Technology (DUT):
R428 000 from Toyota/Albert Wessels Trust to be used for the benefit of the university, according to institutional priorities, at the discretion of the university.
R2 000 from SuperSPAR Glenwood for the university Golf day.
R15 463 received from Bradlow Foundation as an unrestricted donation for application in student development and support.
R160 000 from alBaraka Bank in support of Environmental Management and Renewable Energy Community Development Project.
A donation of R100 000 was made to DUT by Investec and Investec Charitable Trustees, through the Stella and Paul Loewenstein Charitable and Educational Trust; in support of DUT’s e-Learning Initiative, maximizing access to online learning (Learn4Life Project).
R500 000 from Chevron South Africa in support of Clean Energy Education and Empowerment through a Mobile Training and Demonstration Unit (GreenRide Project).
R160 000 from the IQRAA Trust in support of Environmental Management and Renewable Energy Community Development Project.
R4500 in monthly salary donations received from DUT Staff to support “Deserving Student Bursary“ initiative.
R3400 in monthly salary donations received from DUT Staff to support the “One Meal, Once A Day” student Lunch Ticket initiative. This is part of DUT’s Student Hunger Campaign, striving to assist needy students with at least one balanced meal daily, through an arrangement with food vendors on our campuses.
R3.78 million received from the Green Fund through the Development Bank of SA (DBSA) as catalytic finance to facilitate investment in green initiatives, for poverty reduction and job creation by Institute for Water and Wastewater.
R1.6 million received from Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) to establish the Energy Technology Station KZN Industrial Energy Efficient Training & Resource Centre (IEETR), supporting entrepreneurship, aimed at encouraging new energy innovations and inventions. A partnership between Durban University of Technology (DUT) and Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) is part of this focus.
R14 000 received from Bradlow Foundation as an unrestricted donation for application in student development and support.
R580 000 from Toyota/Albert Wessels Trust to be used for the benefit of the university, according to institutional priorities, at the discretion of the university.
Seven year $660 000 (+/-R6.5million) grant from Kresge Foundation from Michigan USA to support corporate and alumni engagement in student and community initiatives at the university: DUT Kresge Inyathelo Partnership link
The Kresge Foundation is recognized internationally for its ability to scrutinize, identify and fund future winners. Please join the Kresge Foundation in supporting students and projects at DUT, by becoming an investor, partner or donor during this exciting new phase of development and international recognition.
The call is open for support in the following categories:
- Student Beneficial Initiatives;
- Institutional Support Initiatives;
- Community Development Projects;
- University Infrastructure Development;
- Venture philanthropy opportunities; and
- Research breakthrough venture investment opportunities.