Annual giving sustains and enhances the Rhodes Scholarships. Gifts support the endowment and improve the current Scholar experience.
£273,662.61donated via site
£200,311.76McCall MacBain match
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|Class||Donors||Participation rate||Class total given online|
|1.||2010||43||53.1%||£1,752.46||Go to Class page|
|2.||1980||36||52.9%||£4,801.55||Go to Class page|
|3.||2014||40||48.2%||£836.55||Go to Class page|
|4.||1981||32||47.1%||£11,613.25||Go to Class page|
|5.||1967||27||45.0%||£79,189.34||Go to Class page|
|6.||1973||30||43.5%||£3,746.93||Go to Class page|
|7.||1983||30||43.5%||£1,631.08||Go to Class page|
|8.||1974||29||42.7%||£6,533.66||Go to Class page|
|9.||2009||34||40.5%||£634.82||Go to Class page|
|10.||1954||13||39.4%||£69.31||Go to Class page|
|11.||2008||31||38.3%||£862.73||Go to Class page|
|12.||1963||20||36.4%||£1,415.54||Go to Class page|
|13.||1971||24||34.3%||£2,961.17||Go to Class page|
|14.||2002||30||33.7%||£2,400.70||Go to Class page|
|15.||1961||18||33.3%||£1,776.72||Go to Class page|
|16.||1966||20||32.8%||£1,286.71||Go to Class page|
|17.||1968||21||32.3%||£656.91||Go to Class page|
|18.||2011||26||32.1%||£585.93||Go to Class page|
|19.||1976||23||31.9%||£10,846.94||Go to Class page|
|20.||2005||29||31.9%||£1,395.34||Go to Class page|
|21.||1970||21||31.3%||£4,611.25||Go to Class page|
|22.||1984||21||31.3%||£8,814.44||Go to Class page|
|23.||2015||26||31.3%||£12,856.14||Go to Class page|
|24.||1969||20||31.3%||£3,888.15||Go to Class page|
|25.||1978||21||30.9%||£2,860.16||Go to Class page|
|26.||2004||28||30.8%||£2,371.69||Go to Class page|
|27.||2006||25||30.5%||£781.87||Go to Class page|
|28.||2013||25||30.1%||£596.98||Go to Class page|
|29.||1977||21||30.0%||£1,707.86||Go to Class page|
|30.||1987||23||29.5%||£1,524.12||Go to Class page|
|31.||2007||24||29.3%||£1,178.99||Go to Class page|
|32.||1965||18||29.0%||£7,441.87||Go to Class page|
|33.||2000||26||28.6%||£1,302.10||Go to Class page|
|34.||1964||18||28.1%||£1,490.05||Go to Class page|
|35.||1962||16||27.6%||£1,568.65||Go to Class page|
|36.||1975||19||27.5%||£586.30||Go to Class page|
|37.||1957||11||27.5%||£450.32||Go to Class page|
|38.||1989||20||27.4%||£2,399.45||Go to Class page|
|39.||1996||23||27.4%||£713.48||Go to Class page|
|40.||1982||19||27.1%||£5,043.29||Go to Class page|
|41.||1972||18||26.9%||£790.92||Go to Class page|
|42.||1993||24||26.7%||£2,063.62||Go to Class page|
|43.||1994||23||26.4%||£1,099.20||Go to Class page|
|44.||1986||20||26.3%||£519.22||Go to Class page|
|45.||1979||17||25.8%||£36,454.42||Go to Class page|
|46.||1953||10||25.6%||£1,056.83||Go to Class page|
|47.||1988||18||24.0%||£1,448.87||Go to Class page|
|48.||1958||13||23.6%||£14,349.52||Go to Class page|
|49.||1959||13||23.6%||£416.70||Go to Class page|
|50.||1999||20||23.0%||£1,890.17||Go to Class page|
|51.||1995||21||22.8%||£3,252.14||Go to Class page|
|52.||1952||9||22.0%||£553.80||Go to Class page|
|53.||2012||18||22.0%||£501.33||Go to Class page|
|54.||1998||20||21.7%||£1,186.28||Go to Class page|
|55.||1997||18||21.7%||£318.49||Go to Class page|
|56.||1955||8||21.6%||£521.23||Go to Class page|
|57.||1956||10||21.3%||£857.15||Go to Class page|
|58.||1985||15||20.8%||£2,099.36||Go to Class page|
|59.||1990||16||20.8%||£806.35||Go to Class page|
|60.||2003||19||20.7%||£899.57||Go to Class page|
|61.||1949||3||20.0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|62.||1960||10||18.9%||£70.49||Go to Class page|
|63.||2001||16||18.0%||£4,764.56||Go to Class page|
|64.||1948||3||13.0%||£0.01||Go to Class page|
|65.||1991||10||12.7%||£557.53||Go to Class page|
|66.||1951||4||12.5%||£0.01||Go to Class page|
|67.||1946||2||11.1%||£0.01||Go to Class page|
|68.||1947||2||11.1%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|69.||1992||9||9.7%||£0.02||Go to Class page|
|70.||1950||2||6.1%||£0.01||Go to Class page|
|71.||1940||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|72.||1927||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|73.||1930||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|74.||1935||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|75.||1936||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|76.||1937||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|77.||1938||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|78.||1939||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|79.||1941||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|80.||1942||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
|81.||1943||0||0%||£0.00||Go to Class page|
Annual giving sustains and enhances the Rhodes Scholarships. Watch the short film to see how the Character, Service and Leadership Programme will enable the Scholarship to live up to its mission of values-based leadership in the 21st century. The Rhodes Trust provides the Rhodes Scholarships in partnership with the Second Century Founder, John McCall MacBain, and other generous benefactors.
How will the money be used?
All gifts will be used to support the core Rhodes Scholarships including tuition fees, stipends and the Scholar programme. New Scholarships, such as those for China, are funded entirely separately by new donors.
How can I make a gift?
Click 'Give Now' above and follow the instructions. For tax-efficient giving in your country, please select the relevant country when making your gift. In some countries we do not yet offer tax efficient giving online and you will instead be sent an email with instructions to complete your gift offline.
How is the Campaign for the Second Century going?
The aim of the Campaign is to fully endow the core 83 Scholarships. As of 1 March 2016, £112M had been raised to the target of £150M leaving £38M to go. Annual giving provides vital funds to sustain the Scholarships and all gifts count toward the Campaign.
Why does my gift matter?
Annual giving is a vital source of regular income to the Trust. Whatever you can give, a high participation rate is important to convince non-Scholar donors that the Scholarships are worth supporting.
Will my gift be used to fund new Scholarships?
No. New Scholarships, such as those for China, are funded separately by new donors.
Do gifts to Annual Giving count toward the Campaign?
The McCall MacBain Match Fund
All gifts are matched at 1:2 (meaning your gift is worth 50% more!), except gifts from Canada-elected or Canada-resident Scholars which are matched 1:1.
What is the Rhodes Society?
The Rhodes Society recognises those individuals who have informed the Trust of their intention to leave a gift in their Will or other planned gift. If you are interested in leaving a bequest gift it is important you let us know because a new Legacy Match means that you will generate an immediate gift to the Trust when you inform us of your intention to leave a bequest or planned gift. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.