As a registered charity, St Anne's College relies on the generous support of alumnae and friends who contribute in so many ways to make St Anne’s the inclusive and thriving community it is.
At the completion of one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken by St Anne’s College, our new Library and Academic Centre, we would like to thank all of you; you give so much to College and in so many different ways.
Many of our alumnae and friends are involved with College by supporting St Anne’s Society, volunteering on the St Anne’s Society Committee and for our regional branches, by contributing to The Ship, or by volunteering as year champions. Mentoring and guidance is much requested by our students and an increasing number of our alumnae volunteer their time to provide much needed careers advice and help, or offer internships. Over 350 of you have signed up to the Oxford Alumni Community and indicated that you are willing to help students and other alumnae.
Each year, over 1,000 alumnae and friends donate to St Anne’s to enable our students to make the most of their time at College, supporting what is for many of our students a life-changing experience. By giving towards areas ranging from bursaries to travel grants, from graduate development scholarships to tutorial teaching, or the development of new buildings such as our milestone project, the new Library Academic Centre, you help to secure the future of St Anne’s. The generosity of our alumnae and friends touches every aspect of student life.
You can give back to St Anne's by making a donation online or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about other ways you could support the College, for example, by volunteering or offering mentoring.
Every gift makes a real difference›
The College is able to increase the value of your gift at no extra cost to yourself if you are a UK taxpayer, and you make your donation under Gift Aid.
If you are a higher-rate taxpayer, you can increase your donation still further, again at no extra cost to yourself, by making a personal reclaim on your self-assessment tax form.