Make a Gift
The President, Fellows, Students and Staff wish to thank everyone who has supported the college at any point and most particularly during the last year.
We are extremely grateful to everyone who makes a donation to Trinity, whatever the size or purpose of the gift, and all donors will receive a letter of thanks at the time of making the gift. They will also be listed in the College Report at the end of the year, unless they wish to remain anonymous.
We hold two Benefactors’ Lunches in the autumn to thank those who have made a major contribution during the previous year.
People who make a substantial donation to the college are invited to become members of the Ralph Bathurst Society. Membership has grown in recent years, and alongside an annual dinner, we have looked for new and imaginative ways in which to thank members. Dinners have been supplemented by concerts in which some of our most talented student musicians have performed with a professional orchestra, by lectures from some of Trinity’s leading academics and by visits to places of interest around Oxford, such as the new Weston Library.
Trinity would not exist in its current form, were it not for the legacies of Sir Thomas Pope and others down the centuries. We invite people to tell us if they have made a bequest to Trinity, and we welcome the opportunity to thank them. Their support is recognised through membership of the William Pitt Society, which numbers over 100 people and holds an annual lunch.
We could not be more grateful to everyone who chooses to support Trinity by making a gift. Whatever the amount, every donation has an immeasurable impact on the college and the lives of Trinity students.