Ways of Giving
All gifts, no matter the size, are essential in helping us to achieve our long-term vision for the school. Single gifts can have an immediate impact on fundraising for capital campaigns, while regular gifts help us to plan ahead for the future knowing that we have a steady income stream to rely on. There are many ways in which to make a gift.
By Direct Bank Transfer - If you would like to make a donation by direct bank transfer, please complete the Gift Form and make the payment to:
Tudor Hall Development Fund
Handelsbanken, Oxford Branch
Acc No: 47252315
Sort Code: 40-51-62
BIC Address: HANDGB22
By Cheque - If you would like to donate by cheque or CAF voucher, please complete the Gift Form making the cheque payable to ‘Tudor Hall Development Fund’ and return to:
By Standing Order - If you would like to set up a regular gift via standing order on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis, please complete the Gift Form and return to:
Tax Efficient Giving - Tudor Hall is a registered charity (charity number 1042783) which means there are many ways in which to make your gift go further. If you are a UK taxpayer you can enhance your gift to the school by allowing us to claim back Gift Aid on your donation. Gift Aid is an invaluable of 'additional' income allowing us to reclaim 25p on every £1 donated, at no extra cost to you. If you would like to Gift Aid your donation, please complete and sign the relevant section of the Gift Form.
Higher rate tax payers donating through Gift Aid can claim further tax relief via their self-assessment tax return.
Matched Giving - Many companies help charities through a matched giving scheme. Some will match pound for pound, and others will double match any donations which its employees make to registered charities. Please check with your Payroll or HR department whether your company operates such a scheme as this could make your donation worth even more to us.
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