Support the Hall’s Priorities

How can I support Teddy Hall’s strategic goals?

Over 8,000 Aularians, in over 100 countries, understand more than anyone the life-changing opportunities the Hall offers. Thanks to Aularian generosity the Hall has been able to achieve many significant milestones over the years. Indeed, the history of Aularian philanthropy can be traced back to 1631 with the bequest of Principal John Rawlinson.

Clearly the continued support of Aularians is critical if we are to ensure that this historic and inspiring institution is fit for purpose for the next millennium. Many Aularians make philanthropic gifts to the Hall and have chosen to remember the Hall in their will and clearly this financial support will underpin much of our ambition.

We will also require Aularian’s energy, networks and time as Hall Ambassadors to inspire and support students as well as maintain the dynamic Aularian community.

Philanthropic support

The continued support of Aularians is essential if we are to maintain our Hall Spirit, academic excellence, and preserve the unique fabric of the Hall. Last year 13% of Aularians made a gift to Hall, many supporting our Annual Fund with a Regular Gift.

To mirror the strategic plan, the Hall has the following five funds to which Aularians can direct their giving.

If you wish to discuss a specific project, major gift or writing the Hall into your will please contact Gareth Simpson, Fellow & Director of Development on 01865 279055 or email

Education & Research

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Access, Equality & Diversity

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Hall Culture

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Buildings & Estate

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Area of Greatest Need

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Make a Gift or Give your Time

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“Forty years after Matriculation I am clear the Hall shaped me both personally and professionally and that this effect continues today. I feel a real debt of gratitude and, as an Aularian, I know I have a responsibility to give back in numerous ways to ensure students today continue to benefit from the life-changing opportunities a Hall Education offers. Floreat Aula!”

Paul Darling (Jurisprudence)