Making a Donation
The opportunity to contribute to the continued growth and success of Milton Abbey School is available to all those with the vision and generosity to recognise the value of this investment.
There are several ways you can give:
- Donate online to any of our projects using our Just Giving account via the following link: https://www.justgiving.com/miltonabbeyschool/
- Download the Gift Form (available from the iPoint box) and return this to the Development Office with your donation.
- Donations can also be made via direct bank transfer and using CAF cheques, and the details for these transactions can be found on the Gift Form mentioned above.
US Donors - American Friends of Milton Abbey School
The Council of Milton Abbey School is supported by the American Fund for Charities, a US 501 (c) (3) non-profit organisation EIN 52 2109597. Donations to the American Fund for Charities from US taxpayers are tax deductable to the extent allowed by US law.
The Council of Milton Abbey School has been reviewed by the American Fund for Charities and the board of the American Fund has determined that Milton Abbey School is a suitable organisation to receive grants from a US public charity.
If you are a US taxpayer and wish to support Milton Abbey School you can find out more about the American Fund for Charities online at http://www.americanfund.info/
or simply donate by printing and completing the relevant form and returning it to the School's Development Office. You will be issued with a receipt for tax purposes. If you require more information please contact the Development Office on +44 (0)1258 882234
You may wish to leave a legacy in your will in favour of Milton Abbey School (please visit our Leaving a Legacy
page). In the UK, the value of your gift will be deducted from your estate before Inheritance Tax is calculated.
Gifts of Publicly Quoted Shares
Since April 2000, donors are able to claim tax relief on the current value of publicly quoted shares if they are donating to a charity, in addition to the shares being exempt from capital gains tax liability, which makes such gifts extremely tax-efficient.
For example, a higher-rate taxpayer donating shares bought for £50,000 and now worth £100,000 could save £20,000 in capital gains tax and £40,000 in income tax relief. So a gift worth £100,000 to Milton Abbey School could cost the donor just £40,000 (the level of capital gains tax liability depends upon how long the shares have been owned by the donor).
For more information visit HM Revenue and Customs
online or contact the Development Office on 01258 882234
Gifts in Kind
Gifts in Kind, such as printing services, venues and catering can help Milton Abbey School to keep its overheads low. If you think you might be able to help in this way please contact the Development Office on 01258 882234