Ways of Giving

Explore the different ways you are able to give to Tettenhall College making a real difference to the School. 

For every 100 Old Tettenhallians who commit to a monthly donation of £11 over five years, we can support a young person right through their education at TC, from 10 years old to their graduation from Sixth Form.

Many donors choose to make a regular gift. Making payments on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis by Direct Debit not only helps you as the donor budget your payments and perhaps allows for a more substantial gift to be made, but it is particularly valuable to the school as it creates dependable income, which allows both long term planning of funding and flexibility to respond to the demands placed on the Bursary Fund as they arise.

If you would like to donate through Direct Debit all you need to do is visit our secure online donation page or get in touch with us to request a donation form (and please sign the Gift Aid Declaration) and we will do the rest. If you prefer to donate via Standing Order and instruct your bank to make regular payments, please contact ER and we will send you the relevant bank details.

To make an individual gift, you can do so via our secure online donation form. Alternatively, contact us to request a donation form or make a payment over the phone by calling us on +44(0)1902 751 119.

If you are a UK Tax Payer, you can increase the value of your gift to Tettenhall College by allowing us to claim Gift Aid on your donation. This adds 25p for every £1 you donate to the total of your donation, without costing you an extra penny. 

If you pay tax at the higher or additional rate, you can claim the difference between the rate you pay and basic rate on your donation. Gift Aid can be applied to both one-off donations and regular donations made by Direct Debit or Standing Order.

When making a donation please complete the gift aid declaration on the donation form.

Gifts can be made online, via credit or debit card, by contacting the College Finance Office or via international bank transfer.

To donate by direct bank transfer, please use the following details:

Account Name: Tettenhall College Incorporated

Account No. : 00029221

Sort Code: 30-99-83


IBAN: GB52 LOYD 3099 8300 0292 21

Reference: [Your name]

Leaving a gift in your will is a way of giving something back to the School without a cost to you during your lifetime, a way of leaving something that will be appreciated by future generations of students and leave a lasting legacy.

Tettenhall College is counting on all Old Tettenhallians to safeguard the future of the School itself, the buildings and its resources, and to provide a lifetime of memories and a life changing education to those who would not be able to attend the School without financial support.

Leaving a gift in your will to Tettenhall College, to be used where it is needed most, provides the School and the Governors with the possibility and flexibility to respond to the most urgent needs of the School.

There are various ways to leave a legacy and it is advisable to discuss the options with a solicitor. A couple of gift in will options include:

Residuary gifts: all or part of what is left of your estate after all other gifts, debts and other charges have been met. This would provide the most valuable gift to the School.

Pecuniary gifts: a gift of a specified amount of money determined by you in your will.

Leaving a gift in your will is easy to do and using a solicitor when updating or making a new will reduces the risk of any future legal complications.

If you have already written your will and want to add a gift to Tettenhall College, you do not need to re-do your will, you can simply complete a codicil to add a gift with the advice of a solicitor.

As a registered charity Tettenhall College pays no tax on gifts in wills. A legacy to your School may also reduce the inheritance tax payable on your estate. Gifts of any amount (from as little as 1% of your estate) will help Tettenhall College make a vital difference to the lives of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Leaving a gift in your will gives you the chance to make a difference to bright, young people, giving them a life-changing education.

We welcome you to join us at

The Grand Midsummer Ball

Saturday 6th July 2024!