Campion Hall is a ministry of the Jesuits in Britain as a registered charity number 230165 (Trustees for Roman Catholic Purposes Registered). As a Permanent Private Hall of Oxford University, Campion Hall does not receive any public funding from the Government, nor from any other source. It relies totally on private financial support to meet its costs and activities.
The Hall warmly welcomes all financial donations from individuals as well as institutions
to promote its work.
Financial support can take the form of
- A one-off donation by cheque
- A regular monthly donation by Banker’s Order
- A bequest in an individual will
- Sponsoring, in whole or in part, a particular post, section or activity of Campion Hall
- Sponsoring and naming a particular post, part, section or activity of Campion Hall for a fixed number of years.
A single donation can be made to Campion Hall by credit or debit card through a secure on-line payment site, which is provided on request.
Campion Hall acknowledges all donations by post.
Gift Aid Declaration (for UK benefactors)
The value of a gift by a UK taxpayer can be increased by 25% under the Gift Aid scheme. Donors need only state that they wish Campion Hall to treat as Gift Aid donations this and all other donations that they make from the date of their declaration until further notice. On their behalf, Campion Hall then claims back the tax from inland revenue. In other words, it reclaims a further 25p on every £1 that is donated.
Americans for Oxford, Inc. (AFO), is the University of Oxford's primary charitable organization in North America, and as such it accepts gifts in support of Oxford and its Colleges and Permanent Private Halls, including Campion Hall. AFO has been deter-mined by the United States Internal Revenue Service to be a tax-exempt public charity. For information and instructions on donating to Campion Hall through AFO see the information and form available from the North American web site.