Thank you for your support!
Your donations enable us to achieve so much more than we could alone. By supporting Hertford, you are helping us transform the future of our students – and they will be the next generation of talented individuals to shape the world.
You can pick a particular area of the college to donate to by clicking one of the buttons below. If you would like to discuss any of these areas in more detail, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
How you can direct your gifts
A flexible fund, allowing Hertford’s ethos of diversity, outreach and inclusivity to thrive, and underpinning every aspect of college life.
Providing world-class facilities to match our academic ambitions, and an exceptional experience for all our students
Eliminating finance as a barrier to study through outreach, bursaries, scholarships and other grants
Supporting our efforts to reach carbon net-zero and biodiversity net gain no later than 2030
Other ways to give
If you would like to set up your own standing order, send a cheque, give by credit card over the phone, sign up to the Give As You Earn (GAYE) scheme or send a gift of shares or assets, please see below.
Bank transfer and standing order
Account name: Hertford College
Sort code: 20-65-26
Account number: 33603679
Please use the reference DON-surname to help us identify you, and let us know with an accompanying email if you would like your gift to be directed to a specific area.
Should you wish to send a cheque, make it payable to Hertford College and send it to Development Office, Hertford College, Oxford OX1 3BW. You can indicate on the back of the cheque how you would like your gift to be used or complete one of the forms below.
If you prefer to give by credit card, fill in one of the below donation forms with your card details or give us a call on on +44 (0)1865 279428.
Give As You Earn (GAYE)
You can make a gift to Hertford from your pre-tax salary via the Give As You Earn (GAYE) scheme. Your HR department should be able to help set this up.
Shares and assets
It is possible to make a gift of shares or assets to Hertford. These gifts can be transferred to the college free of Capital Gains Tax. Please, email us at email@example.com.
Hertford is a registered charity, so all gifts are tax-free.
If you are a UK tax payer, we can reclaim the basic rate tax on your donation via Gift Aid.
If you are a higher rate tax payer, you can reclaim the difference between the basic and higher rate of tax in your tax return.
Use this calculator to find out how much gift aid is worth on your gift and how much you could reclaim if a higher rate taxpayer: http://www.candidmoney.com/calculators/gift-aid-calculator
Giving from abroad
Overseas donors form a core part of Hertford’s support base. As our alumni body becomes increasingly international, so too does our donor family. We are enormously grateful for the support we receive from our overseas supporters and we try to make it as easy as possible for you to donate.
Donors can make a gift via the university’s North American Office by making a donation online or returning a US donation form above.
Donors can download an international donation form above to send to us. Hertford College is recognised by the Canadian Revenue Agency as part of the University of Oxford’s status 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.
Hong Kong and China
Donors can make a gift via the University of Oxford China Office using our Hong Kong and China donation form above.
Other non-UK countries
Donors from other countries can download an international donation form above.
What your gifts have achieved so far
60 school visits a year by our outreach team
30 hardship grants a year for students in unexpected financial difficulty
30 partial or full graduate scholarships
15 student prizes for exam performance, effort and improvement, commitment to outreach and overall citizenship.
12 books from the historic collection restored by conservation specialists
New funding for fellowships in Computer Science, Geography, Law, English, Physics, Management, History and Economics