Cascade: student-led projects

£7,815 has been raised from 48 donors.

You can help our students to excel out of the Classroom and boost their employability 

Students at the University of Nottingham have brilliant ideas to help communities at home and around the world. Your support can be the catalyst that makes their inspirational ideas become a reality through our Cascade grants programme.

Cascade grants have helped students get many projects off the ground. From treating the pets of local homeless people to bringing clean water to communities in Borneo, your support can help our students gain valuable skills away from campus whilst making a positive impact on the world.

Donate today and help Nottingham students change lives in worlds beyond their own.

Your gift will support projects like Vets in the Community

Thanks to donations to Cascade, veterinary students are able to help pets belonging to homeless and vulnerably housed people in the Nottingham area through the Vets in the Community project. The clinic is student led, under the supervision of qualified staff, and gives students the opportunity to develop skills in a real-life practice scenario.

Vets in the Community is a fantastic way for students to get hands-on experience while helping those who have nowhere else to turn. The clinic now runs fortnightly and has treated 700 animals since the project began in 2012 with the support of Cascade. 

How you can help

Your belief and backing gives Nottingham students the chance to use their skills to tackle issues affecting communities in need. 

Support a student project today and help Nottingham students develop their skills, social awareness and employability while making a significant impact on communities at home and around the world.

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