We are very grateful for all donations to Queen’s. Every gift makes a difference to the lives of our students and our plans for the future. 

To make a single or regular gift online, please visit: https://www.development.ox.ac.uk/the-queens-college .

To give by post, you can send a cheque payable to ‘The Queen’s College, Oxford’. We are also pleased to accept CAF cheques.

Donations can be made either online by credit or debit card, or by completing a Queen’s Donation Form

In the UK

UK residents can make tax-efficient charitable donations via a number of schemes. 

Employers may also operate schemes that match their employees gifts made to charity (ask your HR department for more information).

Gift Aid

Gift Aid is a UK government scheme that enables the College to claim tax relief on donations from UK tax-payers.  We encourage all eligible donors to take up this scheme to maximise their donation, for every £1 a UK taxpayer donates, 25p in reclaimed tax is added.  A £100 gift is, with Gift Aid, worth £125 to the College, at no extra cost to the donor.

Please note that we share relevant and necessary data with HM Revenue and Customs to enable us to reclaim the Gift Aid on your donation.

Donations from companies are not eligible for Gift Aid, though the company can treat the gift as an allowable expense, making a saving on Corporation Tax.

Payroll Giving

UK Taxpayers who are paid under PAYE (Pay as You Earn) can maximise regular donations to the College through payroll giving.  Gifts made in this way are taken directly from the donor’s gross pay, giving immediate tax relief at the highest rate of tax for which they qualify.

If you would like to give to the College in this way, please request an application from your employer, specify that you wish to support The Queen’s College Oxford and your employer will then deduct your gift from your salary to send through to the College before tax is applied. You will need to tell us that you are planning to make such a gift, as we are not automatically notified.

Giving Stocks and Shares

Gifts of shares are subject to the most tax relief, combining relief on Income and Capital Gains Tax. In the UK, shares qualify for tax relief equal to the market value of the shares on the day the gift is made, including associated costs such as broker fees. The tax relief can then be claimed for the year in which the gift is made. Please click here to make a gift to Queen’s via the University of Oxford Development Trust.

Tax efficient gifts from Switzerland can be made via the Swiss Friends of Oxford University.

Americans for Oxford (AFO) is a 501(3)(c) organisation that provides a tax-efficient giving route for Old Members resident in the US. You can make a gift via the AFO website or by using the AFO giving form.

Make a single or recurring gift online by selecting the option to receive a Canadian tax receipt via the University website.

The University of Oxford is recognised by the Canadian Revenue Agency as a prescribed institution under Section 3503 of the Canadian Income Tax Regulations. On receipt of your donation, we will ensure that you are sent a receipt for Canadian tax purposes.

The University of Oxford China Office Limited is a registered charity under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance. The China Office is able to issue gift receipts for Hong Kong tax purposes. Please read more on tax-efficient giving for Hong Kong donors here.

Please use the University of Oxford China Office website to make a tax-efficient gift from Hong Kong, specifying that your gift is for Queen’s College.

If you have any questions about giving to the College, please contact us: development@queens.ox.ac.uk

All those who have given in the last financial year are listed in the College Record unless the gift is made anonymously.

All care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this list. However, if an error has occurred, please accept out apologies and notify the Old Members’ Office so that we can amend our records for future publications.

If you would like to know your lifetime giving, please contact development@queens.ox.ac.uk.