Current fundraising projects
In recent years, support for the College from our alumni and friends have supported hardship funds, studentships, bursaries, and the development of new facilities.
We grateful to all those who have helped students to succeed by supporting our investment in excellence across teaching, facilities, pastoral care and providing support for those who are most in need. This has also helped make sure that the most talented students, regardless of background, have the opportunity to come to Churchill College.
While we manage our finances prudently (and you can read more about our accounts if you wish), we rely on your generosity to provide the additional funds and opportunities that so many of our students benefit from.
Donate to Student Support funds
This dedicated fund is to support and maintain the wellbeing and mental health of our students.
Supporting UK students of Black African and African-Caribbean heritage by providing means-tested bursaries for undergraduates, as part of the Cambridge Bursary scheme, or an MPhil Studentship. Together with the work of our widening participation team, this supports our work to redress the historic under-representation of Black British students at the University of Cambridge and Churchill College.
A fund expanding opportunities for international disabled students.
Studentship and Bursary Funds
Class Gift Bursaries are named after particular alumni year groups. The aim for each Class Gift is to raise £100,000 which will endow a full Cambridge Bursary for one student. The Cambridge Bursaries are means-tested and for UK registered students.
Fund a postgraduate student from the Southern African development region.
Supporting a one year postgraduate course to develop an individual’s expertise in helping improve future governance and economic development in Palestine.
Facilitating scholarship, bursaries and grants to enable students to investigate, research and implement new and radical ideas.
Subject-Specific Support Funds
Supporting the award of one or more prizes for outstanding overall achievement in the final Tripos examination in Chemistry and the annual ‘Alex Hopkins Lecture’.
Funding a Vacation Study Fund for MML students to take a course at a language school.
Sponsored By-fellowship for a project concerned with the political, economic or social history.
The Stokes Bursary Fund is used to provide financial support to current and future Churchill law students.
Supporting the study of medicine and veterinary medicine in Churchill College and the welfare of students studying these subjects.
Financial assistance for recent alumni and current students of the College seeking further musical training, development, or other musical opportunities
The Hahn Junior Research Fellowship aims to support the brightest and best in their study and teaching of Economics.
General & Endowment Support Funds
Think Forward Fund is an unrestricted fund where surplus income is invested to add to the endowment of the College, making our future more secure and less subject to circumstance, which as we have seen with Covid-19 can greatly affect our income streams in other areas.
Building a Graduate Studentship Endowment Fund that will help bridge the growing funding gap and enable more talented students to take up their postgraduate studies.
An unrestricted fund that directly helps Churchill students. It has been used to provide additional academic support, to fund clubs and societies, to support refurbishing accommodation and improving IT facilities.
A fund to address the far greater demand for hardship funds and bursaries from both postgraduates and undergraduates, due to changing circumstances brought on by the pandemic.
For a donation of £400, you can help the College fund the replacement of a chair and incorporate a dedication of your choice.
Building & Facilities Funds
A platform geared towards bridging academic disciplines and forging new collaborations, bringing students of all disciplines, undergraduates and postgraduates, together.
Funding essential conservation repairs, including maintaining the historically significant John Piper stained glass.