The ‘Thank you, HSE!’ Initiative
HSE often hears words of gratitude. Alumni who are interested in contributing to the development of their department or alma mater approach HSE all the time. Now, if you want to do this, you don’t need to visit the university directly, sign a donation agreement or go to the bank. The ‘Thank you, HSE!’ website offers an easy way to make a donation.
Making an online donation
If you want to make a contribution, click the ‘Donate’ button. Enter your personal data, so that we can list you the donors and express our gratitude directly. For humble donors, there is an opportunity to make an anonymous donation.
Then, the website will forward a bank form to you for an online donation, where you’ll be able to provide your card details in a secure mode. HSE will not have access to this information. If you make an online donation, you must agree with a Public Offer.
On how to select a project to support
The initiative’s website displays priority projects being implemented by HSE faculties, as well as university-wide projects. We believe that an active student life and an opportunity to realize any creative and professional initiative are an important part of the HSE’s culture. That’s why the initiative’s website has a special list of student projects that are open for support. You can open the online donation form from the webpage of any project, by clicking the ‘Donate’ button below the text. The form will already include the parameters of your choice. If your path starts from the start page of the initiative, you’ll be able to choose the area of support and the specific project in the form. If a project you’d like to support is not on the list, it’s not a reason to give up. You can contribute to the Development Fund for the faculty of your choice, indicating the designated purpose. Or, you may contact us to ask additional questions on how the initiative works.
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