Leaving a Legacy - giving girls bright futures
Once family and friends have been provided for, you might wish to consider a gift in your Will to the School. Your gift will secure the future of St Catherine's and sustain the values that have shaped the lives of alumnae.
A gift in your Will to St Catherine's will 'Let us go on' ...
- raising girls' ambitions
- encouraging independent thinking
- building self-confidence and positivity
- creating drive and determination
- developing compassion and a sense of community.
You can find out more about leaving a gift in your Will here. We would always recommend that you take advice from your Solicitor. We have a Codicil form available if you wish to make a gift and hold this as an addition with your current Will. If you would like to discuss your support of St Catherine’s please do contact Pippa Carte on 01483 899754 or email email@example.com
"I believe that the rights of women in education is the unfinished business of the 21st century." - Hilary Clinton
Get in touch - call Pippa Carte 01483 899754 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how you would like to support
Print a donation form - for Create the Future
Print a donation form - for The 6 Campaign
Print a donation form - for The CATalyst Campaign
Print a donation form - for The Art&Maker Space
Print a donation form - for The Bright Futures Bursary Programme
Give online via your CAF account.
Gifts to the St Catherine's Community
The Board of Governors of St Catherine’s welcome offers of donations of all sizes to St Catherine’s, whether in connection with specific campaigns or to the Annual Fund, thus enabling continuing development over the long term. Donations must be freely given with no expectation of anything in return other than due thanks and recognition. The Governors’ are pleased to accept lawful donations which are given in good faith and which are compatible with the School’s aims, values and strategic objectives. As the School values and safeguards its autonomy, integrity and reputation, the Governors’ do not accept donations when a condition of acceptance would compromise these fundamental principles. The Acceptance of Donations Policy is available on request to the Development Director.
Tax Efficient Giving
A gift of £1,000 made by a 45% tax payer will cost the donor £688 and be worth £1,250 to the School. A gift of £5,000 made by a 45% tax payer will cost the donor £3,438 and be worth £6,250 to the School. A gift of £20,000 made by a 45% tax payer will cost the donor £13,750 and be worth £25,000 to the School. You can add your charitable donations on your tax return and claim back the tax.
Gift Aid - Allows the School to claim an additional 25p for each £1 you donate from the Government at no additional cost to you, this makes your donation worth even more.
Matched Giving - check with your personnel department if they have a matched-giving scheme, this is where the employer matches employee donations to charity, thereby increasing your gift to the School.
Payroll Giving - this is where you give a gift to charity as you earn, it is paid before tax and national insurance and so is very tax efficient; your payroll department will provide a form if this is available.
Details for BACS payments
IBAN - GB09 LOYD 3093 7400 8623 08
Bank identification code (BIC): LOYDGB21022
Account Name: St. Catherine’s School, Bramley
Bank name: Lloyds
Branch: 147 High St, Guildford, Surrey GU1 3AG
Sort Code: 30-93-74
Account No: 00862308
St Catherine’s School Development are committed to high standards of fundraising, being open and honest, clear about our activities, respectful of you and accountable for the support you give us. We are a member of the Fundraising Regulator allowing you to give with confidence. Here is our Fundraising Promise. We fundraise in accordance with a Statement of Ethical Fundraising and a Gift Acceptance Policy, both of these are available on request from the Development Director on 00 44 (0)1483 899754 or email@example.com
We recognise that as a School with a large community we have a responsibility to be aware of vulnerable adults in our Association and Development activities. To find out more about how we manage this responsibility please click here.
Your data, your privacy and being in control
We take your personal privacy very seriously. Our records are for use by the Association and for fundraising purposes. Communications might include publications, surveys, appeals and event marketing and may be sent by post, telephone or email. Rest assured we will never release your details to any third parties for use for marketing purposes. The School has a responsibility to clean our data which is done with a third party under a strict data agreement solely for this purpose. You are in control. If at any time you would prefer not to be contacted please do inform us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Annual Fund, 2020-21
The Hardship Fund, 2020-21
The Bursary Fund, 2020-21
Please note We take every care to ensure that donor’s titles and names are reported correctly and that all donors have been appropriately acknowledged, either by name or anonymously if they so wish. Should you note any errors or omissions please accept our sincere apology. Your gift is most certainly appreciated and gratefully received. Please do get in touch to advise us of any concerns so we can correct our records accordingly.
Please contact Pippa Carte, Director of Marketing and Development, email@example.com
We offer our most sincere thanks to all our supporters and legators in 2020-21
Supporters are presented alphabetically and we also note our thanks also to the nine donors who chose to remain anonymous.
- Over 47 individuals and families have made contributions this year which has raised £168,312
- We value each donation highly and have taken great heart from the generosity of parents, alumnae, governors, teachers and staff, particularly in this most unusual of school years. Thank you.
- We are delighted that more families have chosen to join our campaign to Create the Future. To date over £1.5m in total has been generously donated or pledged to The 6, The CATalyst and The Art & MakerSpace.
- £53,227 has been given to the overarching Create the Future Fund this year, and we have now reached 48% of our £3m target – the community support has been amazing!
- In addition to this £31,821 has been given specifically to The 6, £6,662 to The Art and MakerSpace and £2,500 to The CATalyst.
- £28,505 has been given to our Bursary Fund giving highly capable girls an opportunity to fulfil their potential at St Catherine's.
- £1,231 has been donated to the Hardship Fund and £1,230 to The Chapel Fund
- £18,135 was given to the Annual Fund and has supported the purchase of exceptional equipment for the School that has enriched the girls' learning environment.
- This year we have received a pledge of a gift in a Will of £25,000 to music and we are indebted to such donors for their generous contribution towards securing the School's future.
Thank you so much to our alumnae, parents, Governors, staff, past parents and staff, and of course local friends of St Catherine's for your incredible support.
Should you wish to discuss your support of St Catherine’s or make a commitment to the School, please do get in touch with:
Pippa Carte, Director of Marketing and Development
Telephone: 01483 899754
Create the Future
Mr and Mrs Beabey
Mr John Blauth - Governor
The Carte-Farthing Family
The Chan Family
The Fleming Family - in memory of Penny Fleming
The Harlow Family
The Luo Family
Brigadier Matthew Lowe - Chairman of Governors
The Martin Family
Mr Peter Martin - Past Chairman of Governors
Matt and Tam
Dr Janet McGowan - Governor
The Panter Family
Dr Alison Paterson
The Pink Family
The Turner Family
The Wong Family
The Waller Family
The Senior School PTA
and three anonymous donors
A St Catherine's Family
The Ahl-Chen Family
Mr and Mrs Alexander, Freddie and Archie
Mr and Mrs Appleton
Miss Naomi Bartholomew
The Chan Family
Greg and Sarah Chiappini
The Chambers Family
The Cook Family
The Coppin Family
Gareth and Donna Edwards
The Eric-Udorie Family
Mrs Christina Foord
Mr Gaunt and Ms Marciuk
Mrs Fiona Haywood
The Hobday Family
The Johnstone Family
The Karas Family
Ian and Tara Kilpatrick in memory of Kirsty Kilpatrick
The Ladoja Family
The Li Family
The MacGregor Family
Mrs Vicki Moore (nee Montgomery) 1989
The Nixon Family
The Oyeleye Family
Mrs Alice Phillips and Joanna Phillips
Mr and Mrs R Price
Tara Singh Vachani (2004)
The Wells Family
The Wilcockson Family (Liz Dewick, 1991)
Mr P Wong and Ms L Chen
Ms Deannie Yew
In loving memory of Andrew Frederick Stacey - "Waggy"
and six anonymous donors
The Ballard Family
The Bouette Family
Dr B M F Brown
Mr Richard Brown
Dr and Mrs Michael Jordan
Mr and Mrs Mallin-Jones - in memory of Dr V J Cowie
Prof Beverley McKeon
The McKeon Family
The Roshier Family
The Wong Family
and two anonymous donors
The Art & MakerSpace
Karen, Helena and Isabella Farrell
The Kilpatrick Family
The Llewelyn Family
The Panter Family
The Wakefield Family
The Xu Family