All Funding Opportunities

From supporting our access and outreach programme to providing financial assistance for the Chapel and Choir, see our range of giving opportunities below.

We are aiming to radically transform our ability to offer a genuinely accessible education to all, regardless of background and financial situation.
We must be able to recruit and support the world’s best minds by offering the necessary funding that our extraordinary candidates deserve.
We aspire to ensure that all of our students can access the support that allows them to fully immerse themselves in College life.
Donations to this fund allow us to create a programme of care and activities directed at the welfare and mental health of resident students.
Help us nurture the young academics and teachers of the future – providing the time, space and environment for our brightest minds to flourish.
The Turing Initiative pays homage to this profound thinker, whose pioneering ideas changed our world and hold significant potential for our future.
Our international students make an immeasurable contribution to the King's community and we must do more to support them.
King’s offers a wide range of social activities, with students managing over 100 clubs and societies including sports, music, performance and art.
As well as preserving many rare treasures, the Library and Archives together serve the needs of students and senior members of the College.
The site of inspiring supervisions and nerve-wracking interviews, the Gibbs Building is in urgent need of repair and renovation.
Your support helps to fund the education of our choristers, as well as supporting the Choir's concerts, tours and recordings.
To mark the outstanding career of Sir Stephen Cleobury, we wish to permanently endow the Director of Music position at King's.
Our transformational project to redevelop Chetwynd Court and open out the heart of the College.
The Chapel is the spiritual home of the College and a place of untold inspiration for the millions who tune into our radio and television broadcasts.

Members and Friends News

Alumni recognised in the New Year Honours

Five King's alumni have been recognised in the 2020 New Year Honours List.

Beethoven 2020 gets under way!

This January sees the beginning of a year-long Festival in Cambridge to celebrate the achievements of the composer on the 250th anniversary of his birth.

Sir Stephen Cleobury

Sir Stephen Cleobury (1948–2019)

It is with great sadness that King’s College has learned of the death of Sir Stephen Cleobury. Stephen died in his hometown of York last night, 22 November, after a long illness.

Contact Details

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Email: members@kings.cam.ac.uk