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Ways to Give

Regular Giving

This is the most popular way of making a gift, as it spreads the cost over a period of time. Whilst there is no minimum lifespan, we hope you will consider giving over a 7 year period. Payments are normally made by standing order either monthly, quarterly or annually using the Gift Aid scheme.

One Off Gifts

By a single gift using the Gift Aid scheme. By making a single gift of an equivalent amount to a gift given over several years, it will reduce the schools need to borrow and therefore minimise any interest payments.

Payroll Giving

If you give through your payroll, your gift is made from your salary before it is taxed. So a monthly gift of £20 will cost you only £15.60 from your net pay.

A number of companies offer a "Matched Giving" scheme, through which they double, or sometimes more than double, any charitable donations made by their employees. Please check with your HR Department to see if your company operates any such scheme.

Legacy Pledges

Charitable legacies are donations made as part of your Will. By remembering The Judd School in your Will, you can create a legacy of learning and help to contribute to the future success of the School.

Other Ways of Supporting Fundraising

  • Voluntary administrative work in the Development Office
  • Setting up and supporting appeal events
  • Organising separate events and activities
  • Encouraging other friends of the school to give.