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We are seeking support for a wide range of initiatives and activities which support our students financially and enrich the broader life of the College, as well as projects which protect and enhance the physical fabric of our buildings and spaces, including our world-famous Chapel.

The participation of the broader King's community is incredibly important and we are enormously grateful for gifts of all sizes. Your donations have a direct impact on the College's desire to see that no student should have to forsake their studies, and that no prospective and qualified student should be discouraged from applying, for financial reasons. Every gift matters, and it is only by coming together that we will achieve our aims.

Donations to the Future Fund allow us to distribute the gift to the area of greatest need, be it student support, our access programme, the College's infrastructure, or the Chapel and Choir. In this way the Fund allows the College the flexibility to both address any immediate need, but also the potential to invest these donations into the general endowment and boost the future income of the College in perpetuity.

Make a Donation to...

  • Graduate Support

  • Restoring the Gibbs Building

  • The Alan Turing Programme at King's

  • Library and Archives

  • Preserving the Chapel

  • Choir and Music

  • Research Fellowships

  • Student Welfare and Mental Health Fund

  • Master's Studentships

  • Supplementary Exhibition Fund

  • Access and Outreach

  • The Future Fund

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We welcome donations of all sizes to important causes such as our access programme, graduate scholarships or our renowned Chapel and Choir.
From supporting our access and outreach programme to providing financial assistance for the Chapel and Choir, see our range of giving opportunities here.  

Members and Friends News

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King's Fellow wins International Studies Association book prize

Mira Siegelberg has been awarded the Francesco Guicciardini Prize for Best Book in Historical International Relations.

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King's alumni awarded Leverhulme Prizes

Alumni Dr Tom Geue and Professor Kathryn Stevens have both been awarded Philip Leverhulme Prizes in Classics.

King's undergraduate awarded law scholarship

Undergraduate student Diallo Williams has been awarded a scholarship on the Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholarship Scheme.