Giving from Overseas
If you live outside the UK, you can make a gift to Fitzwilliam by one of the following means. Please note that if you live in the USA, it's best to make your gift via Cambridge in America as you can then claim your donation against tax. If you live in Canada or one of a group of European countries, there are also mechanisms in place to allow you to make a tax-efficient gift.
Single cash gifts
You can make a single gift online (if you have a UK bank account), or download a gift form and return it to the Development Office along with a cheque made payable to ‘Fitzwilliam College’. Alternatively, you can contact the Development Office to donate over the phone by credit or debit card, or make a bank transfer.
If you don’t have a UK bank account, you can make an annual donation by credit or debit card. Please contact the Development Office who will take your card details over the phone, and contact you on an annual basis to arrange collecting your gift.
As a resident of the USA, you can make a tax-deductible gift via Cambridge in America (CAm). You can donate online, or send your check, made payable to 'Cambridge in America', to:
Cambridge in America, PO Box 9123 JAF BLG, New York, NY 10087-9123
Please suggest that the Directors of Cambridge in America exercise their discretion and allocate your gift to support Fitzwilliam College. Visit the Cambridge in America website for more information.
Due to recent changes in the regulations, the University is currently unable to issue a receipt for Canadian tax purposes for gifts made directly to Fitzwilliam.
If you are a resident and paying tax in Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain or Switzerland, you can choose to make a gift tax-efficiently through Transnational Giving Europe (TGE). Please get in touch directly with the partner organisation in your home country and they will facilitate your tax-efficient donation to Fitzwilliam. Please be aware that administration and banking charges may be applied.