Music Fundraising Appeal
Ewell Castle School proudly launched its new Music Appeal last week, during the Scholar's Concert and Trumpet Concerto at St Mary's Church, Ewell, Thursday 28th April 2016. The aim of the appeal is to raise funds to build a dedicated new music pavilion and a number of orchestral instruments.
The Music Appeal will deliver:
- State-of-the art music and performance facilities
- Improved learning environment for all our pupils
- Local community outreach opportunities
Our aim is that all members of our School community, past and present, will contribute to the appeal in some form or other. In addition, we are offering building and classroom naming rights to our major gift donors. To view information on the Music Appeal please click on the pdf.
How You Can Give and Gift Aid
Currently you can contribute to the Music Appeal either by a) sending a cheque payable to "Ewell Castle School", b) by arranging a bank transfer for the amount you wish to give or c) by setting up a Standing Order. By the end of May 2016 we will have a My Donate button on the School website, which will enable potential donors to give to the Music Appeal by using their credit cards online. Watch this space.
If you are a UK tax payer the value of any gift to Ewell Castle School's Music Pavilion Appeal can be increased by up to 25% for every £1 that you give - at no extra cost to you. All you need to do is sign the Gift Aid declaration on the donation form which can be downloaded via the pdf below. If you pay tax at the higher rate you can claim tax relief in your tax return.
Ewell Castle School Bank Details: Barclays Bank Sort Code: 20-29-90 Account: 30357960
To discuss any aspect of tax effective giving to the Music Pavilion Appeal or the Instrument Appeal (including legacies), please contact Ms Carol Hernandez, Marketing, Development and Alumni Manager. Tel: +44 (0) 20 8394 3578 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you are a UK tax payer, we can reclaim 25% on your gift, thus increasing the value of your gift to the School. Higher rate tax payers can claim the difference between the rate they pay and basic rate on their donation.