The Brasenose Annual Fund is a community of thousands of BNC alumni, Fellows and friends who support College through single and regular gifts. To make a gift, click below:
Funds raised through the generosity of our alumni are used on projects that directly impact on the experiences of current students at the College. To read how donations have impacted BNC click here.
The BNC community raised a fantastic £522,000 (inclusive of Gift Aid) in 2017-18. We want the community to come together to grow this year-on-year. Regardless of when you graduated or how much you can give, we want you to be part of these efforts.
Area of Greatest Need
Gifts to this fund are the most useful to the College; they allow us the flexibility to direct funds to the areas of greatest priority and support a broad range of projects.
By supporting this fund, you help us provide bursaries, scholarships and hardship grants to those in need. Your gift will help to ensure that our students are able to apply on the basis of high academic promise, regardless of financial circumstance.
Access and Outreach
We are committed to ensuring that we actively reach out to candidates from non-traditional backgrounds and schools, broadening our talent pool and giving greater access to those who might never before have considered an Oxford education.
Library and Archives
Gifts to this fund will help to provide books and other vital resources to equip our newly refurbished and extended library, as well as maintaining our archives.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to providing an environment where our students can flourish. BNC is committed to maintaining the tutorial system and ensuring the teaching, learning and research that happens here is the best that it can be.
Clubs and Societies
Gifts to this fund provide our students with opportunities to enjoy a well-rounded experience at Brasenose by supporting their extra-curricular activities and ensuring that BNC clubs and societies are well equipped and resourced.
Name a Library Chair, Desk or Bookcase
Etch your name on a seat of learning that has existed for over 500 years by naming a chair, desk or bookcase in The Greenland Library. For more information please email [email protected]