Make a gift

Thank you for considering giving to St Hilda’s.

We value every contribution, no matter the amount. Here are some of the ways you can support us.

Online

If you are giving from the US, you can make a tax-deductible contribution in US$ via the College's own US-registered charity [501(c)(3)], American Friends of St Hilda's or via the University's Americans for Oxford (AFO).

 

By phone

If you would like to make a gift over the phone, please call the Development Office.

Call +44 (0) 1865 276 828

Make a postal gift

If you would like to send a donation through the post, please make the cheque payable to St Hilda’s College and send to: Development Office, St Hilda’s College, Oxford OX4 1DY.

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can make your gift go even further by applying Gift Aid. This will allow us to claim an additional 25p for every £1 you donate, at no cost to you.

Please download and print the Gift Aid form, and send it with your donation.

To make postal gifts in currencies other than GBP, please contact the Development Office.

If you are not a UK taxpayer, you may still be able to a make tax-efficient gift to the College. See our section on Tax Efficient Gifts.

Gift Aid Form (PDF)

Tax efficient giving

You may be able to a make tax-efficient gift to the College.

For more information about tax-efficient giving, see our web page.

Tax efficient giving

 

St Hilda’s College is a UK charity (Registered Charity Number 1137537).

We do not accept donations that would compromise our ethos, academic freedom or autonomy.

We are committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal data. Gifts made by telephone are processed by Worldpay (UK) Limited, whose privacy statement is available here. Gifts made online are processed by Blackbaud Europe Ltd, whose privacy statement is available here. Both companies are PCI compliant, meaning that they accept and process credit card information in a secure manner. St Hilda's College does not store any credit card information.

Memorial Funds

Our memorial funds have been established to commemorate the lives of some of our former members. You can make a gift to support any of these funds.

Professor Ann Buchanan

Ann Buchanan

Former Fellow and Former Dean

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Jane Mellanby

Jane Mellanby

Former Fellow

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Psychology
Tom Leece

Tom Leece

Alumna (1983 - 2024)

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History
Joyce Mitchell Cook

Joyce Mitchell Cook

Alumna

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Philosophy

Sue Lloyd-Roberts

Alumna

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