Donate Online

You can make a one-off or regular donation online via the CAF website by clicking the button below.

Show your support

 

Bank Transfer

A bank transfer can be made directly to the Epsom College Education Trust account:

Barclays Bank

Level 12, One Churchill Place, London E14 5HP

  • Account Name: Epsom College Education Trust
  • Account No.: 03993280
  • Sort Code: 20-00-00
  • IBAN No.: GB05 BARC 200000 03993280
  • SWIFT Code: BARCGB 22

When donating online, please add your name and preferred fund to the payment reference.

For example; ‘J Smith, General Bursary Fund’

 

By Post

Cheques made payable to the ‘Epsom College Education Trust’ can be posted to:

Epsom College Education Trust

College Road

Epsom

KT17 4JQ

 

Information about Gift Aid

Please note, if your donation is eligible for Gift Aid, please complete this Gift Aid Declaration form online.

 

Tax-efficient Donations

It is an entirely personal decision how you choose to donate, whether it be with a one-off payment or by regular standing order payments.

Whichever route you choose to take, the College is enormously grateful for your support.

If you are a UK taxpayer, please see the examples below on how your donation can be tax-efficient.

A £1,000 donation, plus Gift Aid at 25%, gives £1,250 to Epsom College

  • A 40% tax rate payer can claim tax relief of £250. After tax relief, the total cost of this donation to the donor will be £750.
  • A 45% tax rate payer can claim tax relief of £313. After tax relief, the total cost of this donation to the donor will be £688.

A £25,000 donation, plus Gift Aid at 25%, gives £31,250 to Epsom College

  • A 40% tax rate payer can claim tax relief of £6,250. After tax relief, the total cost of this donation to the donor will be £18,750.
  • A 45% tax rate payer can claim tax relief of £7,813. After tax relief, the total cost of this donation to the donor will be £17,688.

A £50,000 donation, plus Gift Aid at 25%, gives £62,500 to Epsom College

  • A 40% tax rate payer can claim tax relief of £12,500. After tax relief, the total cost of this donation to the donor will be £37,500.
  • A 45% tax rate payer can claim tax relief of £15,625. After tax relief, the total cost of this donation to the donor will be £34,375.

We are flexible regarding how you pay for your donation and payments can be spread over time.

For example, if you would like to donate £1,000, you can pay over two years by setting up a standing order at £41.66 per month.

We strongly recommend potential donors visit the HMRC website for the latest guidelines and information regarding Gift Aid and tax relief, and suggest you speak to a financial adviser.

 

Regular Giving

In recent years, regular giving campaigns have generated generous and regular financial support for bursaries and Annual Fund projects

When donors give even small amounts, the sums add up quickly, as the table below demonstrates.

To make a regular gift, please sign and return this Standing Order form or call 01372 821042 to arrange over the phone.

If your regular donation is eligible for Gift Aid, please sign and return this Gift Aid Declaration form.

The College is grateful for this steady income and outstanding show of support.

Monthly GiftAnnual GiftValue Over Four YearsPlus Gift Aid
£5£60£240£300
£10£120£480£600
£15£180£720£900
£20£240£960£1,200
£30£360£1,440£1,800
£40£480£1,920£2,400
£50£600£2,400£3,000
£60£720£2,880£3,600
£70£840£3,360£4,200
£80£960£3,840£4,800
£100£1,200£4,800£6,000

 

Code of Ethical Fundraising

At the heart of fundraising ethics lies the need to ensure that the trust of the donor is not violated, which requires openness, transparency and respect. Epsom College takes this very seriously and has therefore developed a code of practice.

Click here to view Epsom College’s Code of Ethical Fundraising. If you have any questions, please contact Helen Tranter, Education Trust Director.