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Heart campus online campaign launched on 30 March

Share your own story from your heart campus - whether it is from Arabia, Otaniemi or Töölö.

 

The goal with the campaign is to engage alumni, students and Aalto staff by sharing stories and pictures from your study time or career at Aalto as well as to donate to Aalto.

The campaign will be executed on the web during 30.3-20.6.

Share your story, invite your colleagues and your fellow students to join and show your support for the future generations here at Aalto.

Heart campus campaign is the start for our final months in this fundraising campaign. Governments matched funding period ends at the end of June.

To date the campaign has already raised  EUR 15.6 million. Aalto’s goal is to raise EUR 20 million by the end of June.

More information:
Nora Rahnasto, 050 362 2243, [email protected]
Maria Böling, 050 320 6663, [email protected]
Sinikka Heikkala, 0400 908 899 [email protected] 

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