Inspiring Generations : the campaign for Trinity College Dublin
Citation:'Inspiring Generations : the campaign for Trinity College Dublin', [Report], Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin. Trinity Development & Alumni, 2019-05-02
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At Trinity, our history inspires and informs our future. Trinity was founded on lands granted by Dublin Corporation in 1592, and since then our College has helped to shape a better-informed and more equal society – in Ireland and around the world. We’ve achieved this by producing exceptional research, delivering a transformative education and inspiring Trinity alumni to make a positive contribution to the world. Today we are dedicated to pursuing innovation in education and research, and fearlessly advancing the cause of a pluralistic, just and sustainable society. Inspiring Generations will enable Trinity to achieve these ambitions and inspire generations to come. Our vision is by no means wholly dependent on philanthropy; but Trinity would not be the place it is today without support from alumni and friends of the University. Our ambitious Campaign goals are €400m in donations and 150,000 volunteer hours. In the following pages, you can see how Inspiring Generations will advance Trinity into the next decade and lay the groundwork for us to inspire generations to come.
Corporate name:Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Trinity Development & Alumni
Publisher:Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin. Trinity Development & Alumni
Type of material:Report
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Keywords:Philanthropic campaign, Philanthropic funding, Alumni, Trinity St. James’s Cancer Institute, Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation, Trinity Centre for Asian Studies, Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Research Institute, Humanities, Trinity Business School, Trinity Law School, Old Library Redevelopment and Research Study Centre, E3 Institute and Grand Canal Innovation District, Science Gallery Dublin, Scholarships, Trinity Access, Talent, Campus infrastructure, Long Room, Old Library, Healthcare, Ageing research, Volunteers, Alumni Ambassador, Alumni Group
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