Make a Gift
Since Trinity’s foundation in 1555, the college has relied on the support of benefactors and we ask you to continue the tradition by making a donation at whatever level is comfortable for you. Gifts can be regular or 'one off', and can be made in response to a mailing or invitation, or at any time you choose. Whenever and however you decide to make a gift, your support is greatly appreciated.
Whether you choose to make a regular donation by Direct-Debit, which will help the college plan ahead or to make an immediate difference with a one-off gift, your support will have an immeasurable impact on the college and the lives of Trinity students.
Thank you for your support.
Leaving a legacy is your opportunity to make a difference to the lives of generations to come and to take your place among the college’s most distinguished benefactors.
Since its foundation in the sixteenth century, the gifts and bequests of generous and far-sighted individuals have been crucial to Trinity’s development. At a time of declining public funding, such help is even more important if we are to maintain the highest standards of teaching and research and provide the facilities in which all students can develop and flourish.
As the focus of our financial priority changes, a bequest can allow money to be channelled to the areas of greatest need. Alternatively, donors may specify a wish to support a particular interest or chosen area.
Download our legacy guide for more information about leaving a bequest to Trinity in your Will or contact Sue Broers, the Director of Development.
Trinity Legacy Guide
Gifts can be made online or by calling +44 (0)1865 279941. (American Express, Mastercard, Maestro and Visa cards are all accepted).
Please send your completed cheque or voucher, made payable to ‘Trinity College Development Fund’, to the Alumni and Development Office, Trinity College, Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BH.
Gifts made by bank transfer from within and outside the UK are especially welcome. For further information, please email email@example.com and please do let us know if you decide to make a transfer.
Standing order mandates from a UK bank account can be requested from the Alumni and Development Office.
You can set-up a Direct Debit from a UK bank account.
If you would like to make a gift of shares to Trinity, please email the Director of Development.
Your employer may be involved in a payroll giving scheme such as ‘Give as you Earn’ (GAYE), which is run by the Charities Aid Foundation. Schemes like this allow regular gifts to be deducted from your gross salary. Your employer may even match your donation.
If your company is involved in such a programme, please ask your HR department for further details and let the Alumni and Development Office know that you plan to make a gift in this way.
Artisan potter and Old Member of Trinity, Jonathan Chiswell-Jones, has generously offered to donate 10% of the value of any purchase made by Alumni or staff of Trinity from his website. Simply visit www.jcjpottery.co.uk and when paying for an item, add 'Trinity' to the end of the name field in the delivery section. All proceeds will go towards the college's current fundraising priority, the Levine Building.
There are a number of schemes in place overseas which allow your donation to Trinity to be made in a tax efficient way. In some instances this increases the value of your gift at no extra cost to you.