If you would like to help us in our mission to provide long term strategic development, funding and sustainability to one of the country's oldest and most cherished schools, there are a number of ways in which to choose from:
- You can send a one-off donation in cash, by cheque or card payment, or give a regular gift via direct debit
Please download the appropriate Gift Form below and return to our Freepost address below
Freepost Plus RRKX-ERRE-JKSB
Wells Cathedral School Foundation
Wells Cathedral School
15 The Liberty
- You can make a one-off gift donation online with Paypal – donate now
- You can leave a gift in your will
Click here for more information from the Wells 909 Society Chairman and former pupil, Jeremy Brade, about leaving a legacy to Wells Cathedral School.
Giving From Overseas...
The Foundation is a member of the Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) Group and The British Schools and Universities Foundation (BSUF).
Transnational Giving Europe (TGE)
More and more European citizens are willing to make cross-border gifts and donations to help and support international causes and foreign charities
The TGE network is a partnership between the Charities Aid Foundation and sister charities in 18 countries Europe-wide, enabling donors, both corporations and individuals, resident in one of the participating countries, to financially support non-profit organisations in other Member States, while benefiting directly from the tax advantages provided for in the legislation of their country of residence.
To find out more about how you can make a donation through TGE visit their website www.transnationalgiving.eu
British Schools and Universities Foundation (BSUF)
The BSUF mission is to promote active support of the fundraising efforts of British Commonwealth schools and universities by their US alumni/ae and friends.
BSUF has been approved by the United States Treasury Department as an exempt charitable organisation and is classified as a domestic charity.
An important facet of tax deductibility is based upon the following ruling of the US Internal Revenue Service "Contributions to a domestic charity ... which are solicited for a specific project for a foreign charity organisation, are deductible under the section 170 of the Code ... where the domestic charity has reviewed and approved the project as being in furtherance of its own exempt purposes and has control and discretion as to the use of the contributions".
To find out more about how you can make a donation through BSUF visit their website www.bsuf.org