Ewell Castle School, Church Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 2AW
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Ewell Castle School

Support & Donate to our Music Appeal

The School would like to thank alumnus Peter Bell, for his donation towards the 2015 Old Ewellian Summer Reunion. 

The School would also like to thank Richard Skinner for his donation towards the School digital archive in memory of his father David Skinner.

Please Donate to our Music Appeal

The School has launched a fundraising appeal to raise money to build a state-of-the-art music pavilion.  For full details please refer to the "Support Us" or "Donate - Music Appeal" sections of the School website.  To read the appeal flyer, please click on the pdf. 

Donating to the School - Monetary Gifts and Gifts in Kind

"Every gift to our School is greatly appreciated and if you choose to help in this or any other way, your generosity will make a real impact on the development of students at Ewell Castle School now and for future generations.  All our donors have the opportunity to remain anonymous or to be acknowledged by the School.  Thank you for your ongoing support."  Peter Harris, Principal

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.

 

Gift Aid Declaration Form                     Standing Order Mandate Form 

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: c.hernandez@ewellcastle.co.uk    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.  

Ways to Give to Ewell Castle School

• Regular Giving – donating monthly, quarterly or annually can spread the cost of a gift and also enables the School to plan ahead.

• Single Gift - gifts can also be made as one off payments.

• Gift-in-kind - we will also consider gifts-in-kind, depending on the nature of the item.  For example, we will consider accepting musical instruments which can be used by our pupils.

• Legacy - A legacy or bequest is likely to be the most significant gift a supporter of the School will ever make. Its impact on the School’s bursary scheme is substantial. If you are considering leaving a legacy to the School in your estate planning, please contact our Development Manager, Carol Hernandez on oldewellians@ewellcastle.co.uk

If you would like to Donate to the School, or support us with a Gift-in-Kind (i.e. a non cash item such as equipment),  please contact Ms Carol Hernandez in the Alumni and Development Office,  c.hernandez@ewellcastle.co.uk who will be happy to discuss your donation with you.

 

The Reg Beaumont Clarinet

The family of former Chemistry Master Reg Beaumont who taught at the School between 1974-1995 and played the clarinet in the School band have kindly bequeathed his clarinet to the School.  Reg's clarinet will be used by pupils at the School and it is an appropriate way for the School community to remember a popular and long-serving member of staff.