Support

How to give

We thank you for your interest in helping St Paul’s Girls’ School. Support from our donors is hugely important in enabling us to grow and sustain our bursary programme, providing a transformational education for talented students regardless of their financial background. Donations of all levels are greatly appreciated. Please check the box below if you would like to make a contribution.

Make a donation

For information about how we use your personal data, including our use of third party service providers, please refer to our school privacy notices here.

Regular giving

Regular donations can be made by Direct Debit on a monthly, quarterly, termly or annual basis.

If you would like to make a regular gift by Direct Debit, please click here. For other payment choices, please see the options listed to the right.

Please contact the Development Office with any queries 020 7605 4814 or email rosemary.torrington@spgs.org.

Bank transfer

To make your donation by bank transfer

Charity NameSt Paul’s Girls’ School
Bank NameBarclays Bank Plc
Account NameSt Paul’s Girls’ School Fundraising
Sort Code20-27-55
Account Number83942309

Payroll giving

You can donate to us in a tax efficient way by giving through your employer’s payroll giving scheme. Payroll donations are deducted from your salary before tax. Please check with your payroll or HR department for details.

One-off gifts

To make a one-off online donation, please select one of following links: Revenue Bursary, Bursary Endowment, Unrestricted.

If you would like to send a cheque please make it payable to St Paul’s Girls’ School and send it to

Development Office
St Paul’s Girls’ School
London W6 7BS

Legacies

For those who valued their time at St Paul’s, a legacy is a way of giving something back as well as providing opportunities for the next generation of Paulinas. We welcome your help in all areas of development, including bursaries, the endowment, buildings or an unrestricted bequest. If you have a particular interest we would be delighted to discuss this with you. Please speak to Rosemary Torrington, Foundation Director (+44 20 7605 4814).

A reduced rate of Inheritance Tax applies where 10% or more of a deceased’s net estate (after deducting IHT exemptions, reliefs and the nil-rate band) is left to charity. In those cases the current 40% rate will be reduced to 36%.

If you would like to remember us in your will, we recommend that you consult a solicitor. The official name of the school is St Paul’s Girls’ School and it is a registered charity (charity registration number 1119613).

Gifts from the US

If you are a US taxpayer, you can donate and take advantage of tax relief benefits in both the UK and the US through Anglo-American Charity or CAF America in favour of St Paul’s Girls’ School.

To make a gift as a US resident donor, please send a letter providing your details, our name and address (St Paul’s Girls’ School, Brook Green, London W6 7BS), and your USD or GBP cheque to Stuart Horwich, The Anglo-American Charitable Foundation, PO Box 1717, Smithfield, NC 27577.

Please see www.anglo-americancharity.org for more details.

Enhancing your gift

Gift Aid

St Paul’s Girls’ School is a registered charity which allows us to accept tax efficient gifts. Our registered charity number is 1119613. UK taxpayers can donate under the Gift Aid scheme which means that donations are treated as being made net of basic rate tax which the school can reclaim from HMRC, increasing the value of the cash donation by 25%. Higher rate taxpayers at 40% and 45% can reclaim the difference between the basic and higher rates of tax by completing an annual self-assessment return form. Please make sure you tick the Gift Aid box as you make an online gift or print, sign and return the Gift Aid declaration below to enable the school to reclaim basic rate tax on your gift. Find out more here.

Complete a Gift Aid declaration here:

Gift Aid Declaration

DonationTotal with the addition of Gift AidCost of gift to donor in 40% tax bracketCost of gift to donor in 45% tax bracket
£50£62.50£37.50£34.38
£100£125£75£68.75
£500£625£375£343.75
£1,000£1,250£750£687.50
£2,000£2,500£1,500£1,375
£5,000£6,250£3,750£3,437.50
£20,000£25,000£15,000£13,750
£50,000£62,500£37,500£34,375
£100,000£125,000£75,000£86,750

Corporate matched giving

Many employers offer a matched giving scheme where they match or sometimes double your donation. Please check with your Payroll or HR department to find out if your company operates such a scheme.

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