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Donor Benefits

Your donation to St Edmund's should work for you.
 
Not only are we happy to discuss your priorities and thank you in ways only we can, we also want you to take full advantage of any tax breaks that may be available to you.
 
We will naturally also respect your wishes if you want your donation to remain anonymous.
 

The 1896 Society
Benefits of membership of our Donors’ Society include, invitations to exclusive events, regular correspondence, a paper copy of The Edition and a special badge.
 
Alumni and Friends who donate regularly to the College over a three year period or make a one-off donation of over £1000 will be invited to join the Society.
 
‘The 1896 Society’ commemorates the date when Fr Edmond Nolan, Vice-President of St Edmund’s College, Ware, moved to Cambridge and established the embryonic St Edmund’s House, initially with one student.
 

The Edmond Nolan Society
Anyone who informs us that they have made a gift to St Edmund’s in their Will becomes a member of The Edmond Nolan Society, if they wish. Benefits of membership of include invitations to exclusive events, regular correspondence, a paper copy of The Edition and a special badge. Find out how to leave money to St Edmund's in your Will.
 
Established in 2013, the Society gives the College the opportunity to thank you for your generosity, during their lifetime. The name commemorates Fr Edmond Nolan who established the embryonic St Edmund’s House.
 
Other Benefits
Permanent forms of recognition could include the naming of Fellowships, Scholarships, rooms and buildings in the College. Please contact us to discuss.