The JC Student Support Fund

In memory of John Collier     21/11/1933 – 18/06/2016


John Collier ('JC')“JC” taught over 1,000 Trinity Hall law students, several hundred more from other colleges and was also an integral part of so many aspects of college life, not least in his passion for college sports, especially football.  He was elected a Fellow in 1966 and retired in 2001 after holding the position of vice-master. 

Having successfully completed fundraising for the JC Fellowship, we are looking to establish a student support fund in John’s name, with thanks to the offer of a matched gift from Law alumnus, Jonathan D Klein (1979): “John Collier is more responsible than most for the fortunate position in which I find myself today.  JC has been a role model to me in terms of care, thoughtfulness, consideration and “being there” when it was most needed as a source of advice, wisdom and support.”

Our target is to raise £150,000 in total to endow a fund for student support.  This will provide grants for students suffering unexpected financial hardship and offer bursaries to undergraduates from low income families with their termly maintenance costs.

Please complete the form below if you would like to give a single gift to the JC Student Support Fund. However, if you would like to make a regular gift, please complete our Direct Debit form.

 Thank you for your support

 
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