Your support is vital to ensuring that future generations of students, no matter what their circumstances, can benefit from everything which Keble and Oxford offers.
The College relies heavily on its alumni and friends to support projects large and small. Over the last 8 years we have made significant progress with fundraising and participation.
The following pages provide an overview of our plans for the future, our fundraising priorities and how you can help. Follow the links to find out more information about the College 150th Anniversary Campaign, the Talbot Fund, the Talbot Society, Friends of the Chapel, the Keble Association and the Douglas Price Society.
With support from visionary donors eager to be at the heart of the development of higher education in the 21st century, we are taking another major step forward in anticipation of our 150th anniversary in 2020, by creating the The HB Allen Centre.
The Centre will be established on a site which is at the heart of the University, at the crossroads of the sciences, social sciences and humanities. The vision embraces a major centre for our graduate students, and new facilities to support Keble’s inter-disciplinary Advanced Studies Centre and other research and spin-out activities.
Click here to find out more about the Campaign and our progress.
Keble’s annual fund - The Talbot Fund - continues to flourish under the management of Camilla Matterson, Deputy Director of Development. In 2015-16 the total cash income reached over £1 million for the second year running. Go to the Talbot Fund to find out how these funds are being used to support our students, the College community and facilities.
The College is extremely grateful to all those who have made a commitment in their will through joining the Douglas Price Society. The Society holds events annually in College. Click here to find out more about the DPS, the events and how through remembering Keble in your will you can help to secure the long-term future of the College.
Matching Gift Challenge
The University of Oxford has received a significant pledge of £75 million, from Christ Church alumnus Michael Moritz and his wife Harriet Heyman, towards the funding of bursaries for the most financially disadvantaged undergraduate students. The gift will be made to the University in three instalments of £25 million, the first of which has already been received. Each subsequent instalment is conditional upon the collegiate University raising a further £50 million for undergraduate student support. A gift to Keble College, directed to undergraduate student support, will count towards this challenge. You can learn more about the Moritz–Heyman Scholarships here.
UK income and capital gains taxpayers can make tax efficient gifts to College allowing Keble to claim back 25p per £1 donated at no extra cost via Gift Aid. Higher rate taxpayers can also claim tax relief on the total value of their gift. Donors in the USA, Canada, Hong Kong and many European countries can also make tax-efficient gifts to Keble. If you would like to make a donation, please click here.
Keble College is registered with the Charity Commission and our Charity Registration number is 1143997.
Thank you to all those who have made a contribution to Keble; your ongoing support is greatly appreciated and enables us to plan ahead with confidence. If you have any feedback or suggestions regarding our fundraising please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Development