Kellogg has been breaking new ground in Oxford for over 30 years. Founded in 1990, to enable students to study part-time for Master’s and doctoral degrees, we make Oxford more accessible. We are Oxford’s most international and interdisciplinary college, with 1,300 students from over 90 countries. Kellogg is proudly tolerant, egalitarian, friendly and informal. We promote the academic excellence and rigour associated with Oxford and, as a young, dynamic college, are not afraid to challenge convention. We enhance the Oxford experience for part-time students, whilst also providing our full-time students with a lively, graduate-only environment. Any gift you make will have a significantly positive impact on our ability to deliver the best Oxford experience to our students – through our study and social facilities, our academic and cultural events and our range of student support funds and services.
Professor Jonathan Michie
President of Kellogg College
How to make a gift
Gifts and Pledges
All gifts to the campaign will be most appreciated. Any donation should be made to Kellogg College. Whilst general donations will be used for the most pressing needs of the College, we are always happy to discuss opportunities for supporting particular projects or activities. Please click on the links below for UK giving information.
Make a gift online
Make a gift by post using the Kellogg Make a Gift Form
Leave a legacy
We would be delighted if you would consider leaving a gift to Kellogg in your will. If you would like to include us, or have already included us, in your will, please contact the College’s Development Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org We can also help you to find out more about different types of legacy, as well as providing model wording to use in each case. Thank you for considering us.
Making a gift from the US
Gifts to Kellogg College can be made to Americans for Oxford Inc., which has been determined by the United States Internal Revenue Service to qualify, under Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code, as a tax exempt public charity to which tax-deductible contributions may be made.
Please note that to maintain the deductible status of gifts, US law requires that the Board of Directors retain control and discretion concerning grants to Oxford. Thus the wording used on the Americans for Oxford Gift form states, ‘it is my preference that $ xx be allocated to Kellogg College’. Whilst this phrasing is required legally, in practice the Board of Directors will always honour the wishes of donors.
Make a gift online
Make a gift by post using the US Giving Form
Making a planned gift
American alumni and friends can now also choose a number of other ways to make a tax-efficient planned gift. Whilst a gift through a will is the most common form of planned gift it is also possible to make gifts of stocks and securities, life insurance, artwork, real estate and other assets. Through these schemes it is possible to make a planned gift to the College but receive a tax benefit almost immediately, whilst also producing income for you or your family.
Recognising your support
Kellogg College can only carry on its work thanks to the generosity of its donors.
There are a number of ways we can acknowledge and thank our donors for their support, through the College and University. You can read about some of the formal means of recognition below. We would be delighted to talk with you about how any gift you wish to make could be used to make a difference.
The President’s Circle
To recognise Kellogg’s most generous benefactors, Professor Jonathan Michie has established the President’s Circle. This is a community of Kellogg’s major supporters, who have contributed £100,000 or more towards the College.
The 1990 Club offers membership to alumni and friends in recognition of their support as regular givers to Kellogg College. Members of the club receive a range of exclusive benefits including a members-only drinks reception, a custom pin badge and a copy of the Annual Report detailing the impact of members’ support.
University Vice Chancellor’s and Chancellor’s Circles
In addition, the Vice Chancellor also invites our most significant supporters to join the prestigious Court of Benefactors.
There is a long tradition at Oxford of honouring donors through buildings, scholarships and endowment support. We would be delighted to explore opportunities with you.
For more information about giving a gift, please contact the Development Office, at email@example.com
Leave a gift in your will
Leaving a gift to Kellogg in your will is without doubt one of the most important ways to help us create far-reaching opportunities for students in the future. Every single gift we receive helps transform lives and champion lifelong learning for generations to come.
We’d like to extend our warmest thanks to the many members and friends who have already pledged to leave a gift to Kellogg. Anyone who does so will be invited to become a member of the Vincent Strudwick Society – a society established to thank and celebrate all those who have so generously decided to leave a lasting legacy to Kellogg in their will.
The Rev Canon Dr Vincent Strudwick is one of Kellogg’s earliest Fellows and now an Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow of the College. Our Legacy Society is named in honour of Vincent, his work and continued support of the College.
We would be delighted if you would consider leaving a gift to Kellogg in your will. If you would like to include us, or have already included us, please contact our Development Director to let them know at: firstname.lastname@example.org
All enquiries and pledges will be treated in the strictest confidence. Thank you for considering Kellogg.