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How to make a gift

There are many different ways in which you can contribute to Oswestry School. Whichever option you choose, you will not only be making a commitment to Oswestry School, but you will be helping to secure the future success of pupils.

To make a donation to The David Holbache Fund (Registered Charity no. 1079822), please see below.

We are extremely grateful for the support we receive from all our donors. Whatever the size of donation, and whether a single or regular gift, cumulative support has a lasting and tangible impact: it helps ensure the advancement of the School and allows more children the opportunity to flourish at Oswestry School.

Gift Aid

Boost your donation - for every £1 donatted we can claim an extra 25p from the tax you pay in the current tax year via Gift Aid.

In order to Gift Aid your donation, you must complete our online Gift Aid form.

Gift Aid Form


Donate online
 

Cheque/CAF cheques

Please make cheques payable to The David Holbache Fund.

Please notify us of any payments so that we can ensure your donation is allocated correctly by emailing the Development Office.
 

Electronic Bank Transfer

If you would prefer to make a donation via bank transfer, please use the following details.

Please pay National Westminster
Account Name  Oswestry School
  David Holbache Appeal Fund
Account Number 74019937
Sort Code 60-16-04


Please use your surname as your banking reference.

Please notify us of any payments so that we can ensure your donation is allocated correctly by emailing the Development Office.
 

Giving Shares

As well as donating gifts of money you can also help Oswestry School by gifting shares. Donating shares to The David Holbache Fund can be a very tax-efficient way to support the School. Individuals don't have to pay tax on shares that are donated to the School.

All shares that are transferable can be donated to Oswestry School, but only publicly quotes shares qualify for tax relief for the donor. Publicly quoted shares include shares listed on the London Stock Exchange or Alternative Investment Market shares (AIM).

If you would like more information, please contact the Development Office.

Oswestry School is registered with the Fundraising Regulator