Ways of Giving
Ways of Giving
If you would like to make a single donation to one of our funds, please use the Virgin Money Giving link on the right, or call the Development Office on 01823 668858.
If you are a UK taxpayer you can make your gift even more beneficial for the School through the Gift Aid Scheme.
Donating regularly on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis is one of the very best ways in which you can support Wellington. A regular gift allows us to plan for the future with confidence. If you would like to set up a regular donation, please use the Virgin Money Giving link on the right, or call the Development Office on 01823 668858.
Regular Gifts also fall under the Gift Aid Scheme and therefore your can gift can go even further.
Leaving a legacy is an enduring way to make sure that you can make a difference to future generations at Wellington School. There are considerable tax benefits in making a gift in this way, bequests can be made free from inheritance and capital gains tax, so by making such a gift, you could reduce the total tax burden for your family. If you are considering leaving a legacy to the School and would like more information, please contact Juliet Handley on 01823 668858 or email email@example.com
Gift Aid – Make the most of your gift
If you are a UK taxpayer you can make your gift, whatever the size, go further by ticking the Gift Aid box on the form. This allows us to claim a further 25p for every £1 you donate and it costs you nothing. If you are a higher rate taxpayer you can claim further tax relief on your donation to the School.
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Our Thanks to you
We are grateful for each of the gifts we receive and as such offer a number of ways in which your donation can be recognised if you wish. All donations over £150 are eligible for a brick in the Wellington Wall and we have a number of naming opportunities for larger donations. For more information please contact Juliet Handley on 01823 668858 or email firstname.lastname@example.org