Imperial 1907 Circle
The Imperial 1907 Circle recognises those giving between £5,000 and £9,999 a year.
This includes donors who make a generous regular gift of over £417 a month, or over £1,250 a quarter.
Prince Albert’s great passion was for bringing people and institutions together, for the benefit of society. The formation of Imperial in 1907 created one of the world’s most celebrated institutions for innovation in science, technology and engineering. The Imperial 1907 Circle is named in celebration of the historic year the College was founded, and celebrates those whose generosity enables us to continue Imperial’s tradition of cross-disciplinary research and education for the benefit of society.
Members of the Imperial 1907 Circle recieve:
- A commemorative lapel pin
- An invitation to an annual event for Imperial Circle members
- Invitations to other high-profile and public college events through out the year
- Special recognition in the College’s Annual Fundraising Report as an Imperial 1907 Circle member
2021 Your Imperial, Your Impact. Thank You Event
This year’s thank you event, ‘Your Imperial, Your Impact’ was held virtually on 9 November 2021 to celebrate our Queen’s Tower Society and Circle members.
This event was an exclusive opportunity to hear from Professor Emma McCoy, Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience), and Professor Martin Siegert, Co- Director of the Grantham Institute and leading authority on climate and environmental science. We also heard from Anna Wall, Head of Regular Giving and Legacy Giving, who shared the impact of gifts on the lives of students at the College as alongside inspiring testimonials from current scholarship recipients undertaking exciting and innovative research at the College.
2020 Online Circles Event
The Online Circles Event was held on 3 June 2020. This event was an exclusive opportunity to hear from Imperial experts about the work they are doing to tackle some of the greatest challenges of the twenty-first century. With a focus on disease and infection, this online event offered insight into some of the College’s most exciting and urgent work, including our leading role in the global response to COVID-19.