The Giving Day is now over – We are so grateful to the whole community for getting involved and showing their support.


If you would still like to support us, it’s not too late to make a gift!  



From 16th-17th September 2021 we are asking Aularians from around the world to come together to show your support for Teddy Hall as part of our third annual Giving Day!

Over the course of these 36 hours, we are asking Teddy Hall alumni, fellows, students and staff from all over the globe to #GiveItYourHall and help us to ensure we can secure our Hall spirit and ethos of opportunity, inclusivity and academic excellence in perpetuity.

There are many ways to get involved: 

Making a gift: In these uncertain times, your support is hugely valuable. Whether it’s £20, £200 or £2,000 your gift will contribute to the continued success of the Hall. Your gifts are worth even more during our Giving Day as they help us unlock matched funding.


Taking part in a challenge:  From making a sustainable change to adding a ribbon to our giving tree, you can help us unlock matched funding and showcase the strength of our Aularian community.

Sharing online: Throughout the day, we will be using the hashtag #GiveItYourHall  to share alumni stories, donations and challenges from around the globe.  We’d love to see you on social media sharing your photos, memories and contributions to our challenges. 


We will be raising money for three of our key strategic priorities; student support, affordable student living and the Hall’s sustainability strategy.   You can learn more about what your donation goes towards by clicking the links below. 

So let’s get together and #GiveItYourHall

Decade Leaderboard
The Matriculation Decade that shows Teddy Hall the most support will be awarded our first ever Hall trophy!
What decade did you matriculate?
Rank Answer Donors
1 1970s 55
2 1960s 54
3 1980s 53
4 1990s 51
5 2000s 28
6 1950s 18
7 2010s 18
8 2020s 1
Rank State Gifts
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