Donate Now!

There are a number of ways you can make your donation to the College. UK, Hong Kong, Canadian and US taxpayers are able to benefit from tax effective giving options.

You can make a donation online using a credit card or debit card to a fund of your choice using our secure online payment system.

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Donate by Cheque, Credit Card or Direct Debit (Downloadable Form)

You can download a form to complete and return to us. You can make a single donation or a recurring gift. If you are a UK tax payer you can increase the value of your gift at no extra cost to you by completing the Gift Aid declaration on the donation form.

Click here for more information on Gift Aid.

 

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Canadian Residents

Canadian taxpayers can make a donation to the London Goodenough Association of Canada (LGAC), a registered Canadian charity (# BN 1107146RR0001) which assists the College with the development of its buildings and facilities, and offers scholarships to Canadian graduate students towards the cost of residence at the College. Please download the form, complete and return to the address provided with a cheque.  Please note that every dollar given by our Canadian Alumni up to the value of CAD400,000 is now worth twice as much, thanks to the generosity of our alumnus, Andrew Molson via the Molson Challenge initiative. Please click here to learn more

You can also make a gift to the LGAC online on Canada Helps. Visa, Mastercard and American Express are accepted.

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US Residents

Alumni and friends in the United States can make tax-effective gifts through the Chapel & York Foundation, Inc. a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization (recognized by the US Internal Revenue Service), which funds grants that benefit the College. Gifts to the Chapel & York Foundation, Inc., qualify for an income tax deduction to the limits allowed by law. You can make a donation online or download the form below, complete and send with a check to the address provided.

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Hong Kong Residents

Hong Kong taxpayers can make tax-deductible gifts to the College via the Hong Kong Foundation for Charities, which is itself a Hong Kong registered charity.  This can be done by downloading the gift form, or online, where you should select ‘Goodenough College’ from the drop-down menu on the giving page.

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For further assistance, please contact the Development Office.

 

Contact Development & External Relations Team

The Development External Relations Office helps Alumni to stay in touch, as well as keeping you informed of what is going on at the College.

We can be found in our office next to Freddies, perfect for a coffee and chat. We invite Alumni to come visit us, whether in you're living London or here visiting.

Our general office hours are Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm; Friday 9am - 4.30pm.

Contact Details

Mark Lewis - Director of Development & External Relations
mark.lewis@goodenough.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7520 1530

Laura Whitman- Alumni Relations Manager
laura.whitman@goodenough.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7520 1531

Eva Chow - Development Manager
eva.chow@goodenough.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7520 1537

Alastair Sealey - Marketing & Communications Manager
alastair.sealey@goodenough.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7520 1546

Anna Kawambwa - Data and Insight  Manager
anna.kawambwa@goodenough.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7520 1532

Ieva Venckute - Development Administrator
ieva.venckute@goodenough.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 7520 1558

Benefits

Stay connected

We want to ensure that you are kept up to date not only with life at the College but also with your fellow Alumni. Register to become a user of Goodenough Alumni Online and you will be able to access exclusive Alumni content.

We also run a Facebook page and LinkedIn group to keep you connected with the College and with one another.

If you would like to renew contact with a former Member, contact us with as many details as possible. Although we are unable to share anyone's contact details without their permission, we can make initial contact with them and/or forward messages where possible.

Your Alumni benefits

We are delighted to offer our Alumni a diverse benefits programme, from tailor made communications to exclusive discounts.

  • The Goods - This is the monthly enewsletter for Alumni. Through The Goods we let you know the latest College news, what events are coming up and how to book for them, as well as passing on any new special offers.
  • Goodenough News - This is the bi-annual magazine for Alumni. It features in depth interviews with Goodenough Alumni, profiles of current Members, College event editorials and a host of other interesting articles. You can read previous copies of Goodenough News online, and download them here.
  • Obtain an Alumni ID Card. Once you have this you can visit the public areas of the College (Great Hall, Library etc) anytime you like.
  • Attend College events - we will list all events open to Alumni on the online Alumni Diary and in The Goods.
  • Use the dining and catering facilities in The Great Hall and Freddie's Café/Bar (London House) and benefit from the 10% Alumni discount (on presentation of your Alumni ID Card).
  • Host an event at Goodenough College and you could benefit from an Alumni discount. Contact our Events Team for full details. 
  • Sublet a student room in London House or William Goodenough House. You can find more details on subletting via Goodenough Alumni Online.
  • Obtain an exclusive discount rate on 4-star accommodation at Goodenough Club. You can find full details of all accommodation available here.
  • Worship at the Chapel or book it for special services (weddings, baptisms etc). Contact the College's Faith Advisor, the Revd. Jennie Hogan, for details.
  • You will also have access to Mecklenburgh Square Garden if you are staying at the Goodenough Club or in short-stay accommodation.

Alumni Accommodation Overseas

You can also benefit from reciprocal arrangements with 100 carefully selected clubs worldwide. To find one in your area contact Goodenough Club on +44 (0) 20 7769 4727 or email us to request a letter of introduction to a foreign club. Many of these clubs are national institutions within their own countries, providing the highest accommodation of the highest quality and style. Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure you will be assured of a warm welcome.

'Proof of Residency' letters

If you require proof of residency, please email the Registry team, Mandy Backhouse or Andreea Tufescu, specifying any specific wording needed in your request - e.g. Good tenant/repaid bond in full/paid rent on time etc. Please allow up to three working days for these requests.

Andreea Tufescu

Goodenough’s Alumni Community

A warm welcome to Goodenough Alumni

As former Members of Goodenough College you can be assured of a warm welcome whenever you visit London. You can also make connections with other Alumni worldwide. Former residents have always played a major role in the life of the College. We have more than 13,000 Alumni across the world. You are our finest ambassadors and your involvement in so many areas of College life enriches our community.

The Development and External Relations Department is here to help keep Alumni informed of events, reunions and networking opportunities and we will update you with all activity via the website, the monthly enewsletter The Goods, and the bi-annual magazine Goodenough News.

You can also manage the information you share with us by registering to become a user of Goodenough Alumni Online. This interactive portal puts you in control and once logged in you will be able to access exclusive Alumni benefits and content, such as available Sublets within the College and Alumni events details.

You can find full details of your Alumni Benefits here.
alumni@goodenough.ac.uk +44 (0) 20 7520 1531

Alumni Diary

As you will remember from your time as a Member there is always a wealth of activity going on at the College.

Below you can find listed some of the upcoming events that are also open to Alumni, giving you the perfect reason to come and spend an evening at the College. Don’t forget that you also benefit from an exclusive discount on catering in the Great Hall and Freddie’s so why not enjoy a meal at the College before going along to an event? You can find full details of how to access your discounts and other benefits here.

If you wish to attend any of the events listed below, please email us at alumni@goodenough.ac.uk 


February 2017

Monday 6th February - Lecture: The Hon Mrs Justice McGowan, Governor of Goodenough College, eminent judge and past Chairman of the Bar Council

19:00 onwards - London House Large Common Room

Tuesday 7th February - Port Talk: Atificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

A panel discussion with Dr Joanna Bryson (Oxford, MIT, Bath), Dr Adrian Weller (Cambridge, Alan Turing Institute), and Dr John Lewis (Bank of England).

Monday 13th February - Lecture: A View from the City

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

Catherine McGuinness of the Corporation of the City of London offers an introduction to the great powerhouse of the UK.

Wednesday 15th February - Annual Business Lecture: Why You should Care about Entrepeneurship

19:00 onwards - London House Large Common Room

Timothy Barnes, Founder and Senoir Deity, The Rain Gods, will present his thoughts on why we should care about entrepeneurship.

Thursday 16th February - Port Talk: Re-Writing the Rules of Sex

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

In this talk co-author of "Enjoy Sex (How, When and If You Want To)", Dr Meg-John Barker will explore some of the common assumptions we tend to have about sex.

Thursday 23rd February - Port Talk: The U.S Presidency

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

Dr Bud Weinstein (LH 63-64), US based Fellows of the College, offers a reflection on the consequence of the new US Presidency - Donald Trump's Path to the American Presidency: Economnic, Demographic and Political Factors.

 

 

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