giving to st leonards
Development remains central to our vision for St Leonards’ exciting future. We currently have an extensive programme of refurbishment and development within the school and we rely on your generosity to fund these areas. Your contribution can support both the conservation of our historic buildings, and also improve facilities for present and future St Leonards pupils. Thank you for supporting St Leonards: every donation helps us to enhance our pupils' educational experience.
We are in the planning stage of a possible capital fundraising campaign, and areas for investment will include:
- Sport & Wellbeing
- Performing Arts
If you would like to start a conversation about making a donation, or would like to hear more of our plans, please contact email@example.com
the martha hamilton educational travel fund
The Martha Hamilton Educational Travel Fund was set up in memory of Mrs Martha Steedman OBE. The purpose of the fund is to assist educational travel for St Leonards pupils who would ordinarily not be able to participate. For more information about the Fund, please go to: The Martha Hamilton Educational Travel Fund
How to make a donation
By direct banking, sort code 80 11 00 and account number 00105139 with reference DEVT
By cheque made payable to St Leonards School and sent to St Leonards with a note of your name to: St Leonards School, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9QJ
By telephone, please call 01334 472126 and your card payment can be processed over the phone.
Please see our Legacy Giving page, which explains how legacies are a tax efficient way to make a gift to St Leonards.
Gift Aid allows individuals who pay UK income tax to complete a declaration that they are a UK taxpayer. Any donations that the taxpayer makes to the charity are then treated as being made after deduction of income tax at the basic rate and the charity can reclaim the basic rate income tax paid on the gift from HMRC. Please complete and return the Gift Aid form if you would like to help St Leonards increase the value of your gift.