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Supporting Keble

Recognising your Gift...large or small

We think it’s important to recognise the kind support of our alumni and friends, and we say thank you in a number of ways.

All donors are named in our annual Impact Report – unless they want to remain anonymous – and regular donors become members of the ‘Talbot Society’. You can choose to support specific areas of College life via the Talbot Fund, and thereby gain membership of the ‘Friends of Keble College Chapel’, the ‘Keble Rowing Society’ or the ‘Keble Association’ as appropriate. The ‘Douglas Price Society’ is open to anyone who has told us that they intend to leave a gift in their will. All of these societies hold annual events to which members and their guests are invited.

Regular Giving through the Talbot Fund

Talbot Fund regular donors are acknowledged as follows:

Major Donor Recognition Levels

Major donors are recognised at various levels, based on their cumulative giving including gift aid.

Naming opportunities

We offer naming opportunities related to buildings, posts, bursaries and scholarships where appropriate. Some benefactors may choose to honour relatives and eminent figures in this way. Most recently, Professor Diane Purkiss’s Tutorial Fellowship in English has been named after donor and alumnus William F Pollard, and Dr Ian Archer’s Fellowship has been named after Robert Stonehouse in honour of a donation from The Stonehouse Educational Foundation.

To find out more about major giving, please contact Rachel or Jenny.

Name your Room

With a donation of £2,500 (£2,000 + gift aid) to any aspect of the College priorities, you can add your name, subject and matriculation year to a plaque outside your old College room.