M​aking a gift to Fitzwilliam couldn't be easier. Here you will find everything you need to know about the different ways in which you can support the College, whether you live in the UK, overseas, or are interested in making a gift in your will. Remember - with Gift Aid your donation is worth 25% more, at no extra cost to you.

Why your Support Matters

Learn how your support can help the College community thrive.

Single gifts

Make a single gift online, by telephone or bank transfer.

Regular gifts

Set up a monthly, quarterly, or annual gift.

Make a gift online

Make a gift securely online today.

Leave a gift in your will

Every Fitzwilliam Member has benefited from the generosity of previous generations. Pledge a legacy gift.

Bursar's letter

An appeal from the Bursar – Michaelmas 2021

The Foundation Circle

The Foundation Circle recognises donors who have given £1,500 or more in a financial year and was created to mark Fitzwilliam College’s 150th Anniversary in 2019.

Giving from overseas

If you live outside the UK, you can make a gift to Fitzwilliam.

Be a star*

Star* donors are alumni who have made a gift to Fitzwilliam every year since graduation. 

The Harding Challenge

The Harding Challenge is an opportunity for new donors to student support to double the impact of their gift.

Recognition of Donors

Fitzwilliam College expresses its thanks to donors via publications and through a range of groups, societies and giving circles. Donors may remain anonymous if they wish.

Gift Aid - UK taxpayers

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can increase the value of your donation by choosing to donate through Gift Aid.

Telephone Campaign

During the last 10 years over 2,000 of you have generously pledged more than £1.6 million through the annual Telephone Fundraising Campaign, which has made a real and measurable difference to Fitzwilliam’s students.

150th Anniversary Campaign

Fitzwilliam celebrated its 150th Anniversary in 2019 with the conclusion of the College's 150th Anniversary Campaign

Fitzwilliam's donations policy

All those involved in fundraising for charitable organisations, including universities and colleges have a responsibility to donors, to the organisation, and to the cause that is being supported.

People in Vulnerable Circumstances

Everyone has the right to support their favourite causes and charities but we also have an obligation to ensure decisions are informed.

Fundraising promise

This promise outlines the commitment made to alumni, donors and other supporters by the universities and colleges which register with the Fundraising Regulator.