Love SJE Arts? We would love your support!
SJE Arts is owned and managed by St Stephen’s House, a permanent private hall of The University of Oxford. Financially, however, SJE Arts is independent, receiving no College or University funding. Hire of the church to external groups and ticket receipts from our own SJE Arts concert promotions bring income, but we are always grateful for support.
How you can help
- by giving money towards the maintenance and improvement of the wonderful Grade 1 building.
- by sponsoring a concert in one of the SJE Arts Series.
Sponsorship gives us the freedom to be adventurous in our programming, allowing us to back emerging talent rather than resorting always to the safety of well-known names.
For more details, please contact Michèle Smith (email@example.com) or Rachel Makari (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ways to support SJE Arts
To make a donation please visit the St Stephen’s House SJE Arts fund on the University Giving website, or use the documents below:
Our Supporters and Benefactors
SJE Arts would like to thank:
The Garfield Weston Foundation
The Wolfson Foundation
The John Booth Charitable Foundation
The Very Revd Rick Lawson
Mr and Mrs JA Pye’s Charitable Settlement
The Pilgrim Trust
The Fellowship of St John Trust
The Morris-Venables Charitable Foundation
The Lady Elizabeth Hatton Charity
Sir Christopher and Lady Ball
The Allchurches Trust
The Van Houten Bequest
The Oxford Preservation Trust
The Yves Guihannec Foundation
The Bishopsdown Trust
The Barnsbury Charitable Trust
The Prince of Wales Charitable Fund
The National Lottery Heritage Fund
The James Kinnerson Trust
Professor Graham Falconer
The Countess of Munster Musical Trust
The late Revd Canon Peter Edwin Tidmarsh
The Hintze Family Charitable Foundation
Westminster Williamson Voices
The Oxford Art Society
Michèle Smith & Marco Zerbini
Miss Eileen Mann
Revd David Michaels
Gregory Jones QC
Canon Brian Simmons
Charles George QC
Dr B M Lodwick
Elizabeth M. Larson
The Revd Bruce Carlin
Richard and Sally Doyle
All the people who sponsored a window in the cloister.
All the people that have contributed smaller amounts, which cumulatively add up to make a considerable difference.
And all those who volunteer their time, and the many friends and alumni of St Stephen’s House, for their continuing support and generosity.