CONTACT INFORMATION

Development Office, Girton College, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge CB3 0JG
e. JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING
t. +44 (0) 01223 766672
Charity Number 1137541

Giving

Girton was founded on philanthropy, and exists today only because of the vision and generosity of its benefactors. 

You can support us in two ways. You can make a donation – there are a variety of options for doing so and you can choose to remember us in your Will by leaving a legacy to the College.
 

Making a Donation

Gifts may take the form of lump sums, or can be given through regular instalments over a period of time. Donations can be received as cash, shares or other financial instruments. Girton College is a Registered charity (number 1137541), so giving can usually be tax-efficient. Donations are most effective when added to the Unrestricted Permanent Endowment Capital, though they may also be directed to specific funds. Whether small or large, every gift is precious; every penny wisely spent.

If you would like to discuss your donation in more detail please contact the Development Director, Deborah Easlick on JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING or +44 (0) 1223 339893.

For more information on different ways of giving, including giving from other countries, please see our Tax-efficient Giving Page, or contact the Development Office on +44 (0)1223 766672 or JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING .

 

Give now

To set up a regular Direct Debit or make a one off donation online by Credit/Debit Card please select one of the options below:

Unrestricted Permanent Endowment Capital

 

Teaching Fellowships Fund

 

Student Support

Undergraduate Bursaries

Graduate Research Scholarships

Buss Hardship Fund

Personal Development Fund

Academic Resources Fund

Other Student Bursary Funds

 

Other

The Medical Appeal

The Infidel Boat Club

Cultural Heritage

Download a Donation Form (PDF) >

 

Thank you for your support!

 

Academic Independence

The College accepts donations on the clear understanding that the Donor can have no influence over the academic freedom and independence of the College, or indeed any aspect of its affairs, including the procurement of goods and services. In particular, the College’s selection criteria for admissions are based exclusively on academic achievement and potential, and are fully independent of philanthropic support of the College. Any gift made to the College will not affect the admission or academic record of any current or future students nor have a bearing on any dispute between a student and the College about the outcome of his/her programme of study.