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Download, print and complete our Donation Form which includes gift aid declaration.
If you are a UK tax payer, we can claim an extra 25% in Gift Aid on top of your donation at no extra charge to you. Simply fill in your details on the donation form, or let us know when you make your donation.

Credit and Debit card

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Cheque

Please make cheques payable to The Gresham’s Foundation. Please print and complete the donation form above.

Direct Debit

Please print and complete the Donation Form above (UK bank accounts only).

Electronic Bank Transfer

Donating by electronic bank transfer is quick, easy and secure.

Bank Name: Barclays Bank PLC   /   Branch: Holt
Account Name: The Gresham’s Foundation
Account Number: 90976350   /   Sort Code 20-30-81
IBAN: GB24 BARC 2030 8190 976350
BIC: BARCGB22
Reference: Donation – ADD YOUR NAME AS A REFERENCE

Charity cheque (CAF)

We are happy to accept charity cheques, such as those administered by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF). Please make charity cheques payable to The Gresham’s Foundation. Please print and complete our Donation Form. You can also donate online via the Charities Aid Foundation using your CAF charity account, credit or debit card – enter The Gresham’s Foundation in the keyword search and click Donate.

Giving Shares

Donating shares to the Gresham’s Foundation can be a particularly tax-efficient way to support the School. If you want more information please contact the Development Office.

Regular Giving

We are enormously grateful for the support we receive from all our donors who have pledged to give on a regular basis. It does not matter how small or large the gift, it is the regularity over a period of time that is so important as it enables us to forecast our income and plan accordingly. By giving regularly (whether monthly, quarterly or annually) your contribution combined with other regular donations can collectively make a big difference to the School.

Supporting Gresham’s – Making a Regular Gift

Gift Aid

If you pay UK income tax or capital gains tax, we can reclaim from the Government the basic rate of tax which you have already paid on the gift. This currently works out at 25p for every £1 you give. Please remember to agree to the Gift Aid Declaration when you complete the Donation Form.

If you are a higher rate tax payer, you can additionally claim higher tax relief via your Self Assessment tax return. This is the difference between the higher rate of tax and the basic rate. This reduces the cost to you of making the gift.

The HM Revenue and Customs website has more information about gift aid.

US Giving

Donors who are resident in the United States can qualify for an income tax deduction on gifts made to Gresham’s. If you wish to make a gift and take a US income tax deduction, you may make a donation to the British Schools and Universities Foundation (BSUF) Inc.

BSUF was founded more than 40 years ago to allow US residents to support British schools and universities in a tax efficient manner, and today supports more than 100 such institutions. The BSUF has formally approved Gresham’s School as a full member, allowing our supporters to receive full tax exemption on their gifts.

Donations can be made by downloading a US gift form and sending it, together with your cheque (made payable British Schools and Universities Foundation), to BSUF at the address below. Please note that donors are asked to express a ‘preference’ for Gresham’s School in their covering letter – although such preferences are respected by the board of BSUF, the law requires all grants to be made at its sole discretion.

Donations and completed gift forms should be sent to:
British Schools and Universities Foundation, Inc
575 Madison Avenue, Suite 1006
New York, NY 10022-2511
(212) 662-5576

You can donate via BSUF using a credit card.

US residents are able to make tax deductible donations in favour of Gresham’s by giving to the British Schools and Universities Foundation, Inc (‘BSUF’), which is a charitable organisation recognised by the US Internal Revenue Service under section 501(c)(3) of their Codes.