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Our main city campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. We also have two Centres of Excellence in Healthcare Education, located in Stafford and Shrewsbury.
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As a Civic University, we are committed to solving societal problems and transforming the lives of the community and its students. As an institution, we have the status of a charity for all of our fundraising activities. Full details are available in the guidance on our charitable status.
Each year we hold charity events to raise funds that are distributed through two separate streams - The Horizon Fund and our University Charity.
The Horizon Fund supports students in a variety of ways. From helping them achieve their potential and make their dreams come true, to overcoming financial obstacles or answering basic needs.
Thanks to donations from the University family of staff, students, alumni and supporters, we can fund a range of bursaries, scholarships and opportunity awards.
Each year we choose a 'University Charity' as the beneficiary of our fundraising work. This year our University Charity is the Douglas Macmillan Hospice.
The Douglas Macmillan Hospice offers specialised care for patients over the age of 16 who are facing a life-limiting illness when a cure is no longer possible. Their social work team are part of a wider team that give practical and emotional support to patients, their families, carers and friends. Around 3,000 people and their families in North Staffordshire access their care services each year.
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