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Join us in honouring Professor Geoff Hewitt

To honour Professor Hewitt's legacy, his family have asked for gifts to be made to support students in Chemical Engineering who are experiencing financial hardship. Gifts to the Professor Geoff Hewitt Student Hardship Fund will not only honour his memory but also his lasting commitment to helping deserving students. The awards will be made in his name to ensure his legacy is continued. With your support you can help us to honour a great man and have a profound impact on students at the College.

Until 31 March, all gifts to the Professor Geoff Hewitt Student Hardship Fund will be matched by an anonymous donor, up to a total of £10,000. This means that your impact on students will be doubled at no additional cost to you. Please take advantage of this opportunity to help even more students and continue Geoff's legacy by making a gift today.

You can make your gift to the Professor Geoff Hewitt Student Hardship Fund below.

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Supporters from the USA can make a tax-efficient gift to the Imperial College Foundation. The Imperial College Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to support charitable and educational purposes and whose principal goal is to advance the pursuit of excellence at Imperial College London. 

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