University of Warwick Foundation
The Foundation was created by deed of trust on 24 October 1962 in order to promote and establish the University of Warwick.
The primary trust of the Foundation was the holding of monies and donations "for the advancement of education by the establishing
in or near the City of Coventry a University of Warwick". Following the successful formation of the University of Warwick, a deed of
variation in 1965 allowed for an extension of the primary trust "for the purposes of the advancement of education by the establishment, maintenance and development in or near the City of Coventry of the University of Warwick and its educational activities".
|Pro-Chancellor (Chair of Trustees)||Sir David Normington|
|Vice-Chancellor||Professor Stuart Croft|
|Pro-Vice-Chancellor||Professor Caroline Meyer|
|Pro-Vice-Chancellor||Professor Mike Shipman|
|Independent Trustee||Paul Varney|
|Independent Trustee||Rhys Williams|
The Foundation is an independent trust which supports the activities of the University of Warwick and its students. The Foundation
is an exempt charity as it is closely aligned with the University.
The turnover for the Foundation in its financial statements was £709k for the year ended 31 July 2022 (£722k for the year ended 31 July 2021).
Its net assets as at 31 July 2022 were £33,419k (£33,861k at 31 July 2021).
Its results are included in the consolidated financial statements of the University of Warwick which are available on the Finance Office webpage Financial Statements.
Endowments & Fundraising
The Foundation holds donations and endowments given for the benefit of the University.
The Foundation provided the funding for the refurbishment of Students’ Union South Building.
Meetings of the University of Warwick Foundation Trustees: Agenda and Papers
You can view copies of the latest meetings on webpage The University of Warwick Foundation: Agenda and Papers. Please note this area is restricted to Foundation Trustees and attendees only.
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