Making a Donation

Charitable giving to Felsted School, Registered Charity No. 310870, enables us to create vital new facilities and life-changing opportunities for students through bursary support.

A gift of any size will make difference and in recent years have helped to create the Roed Sports Hall, Stewart House, Barbara Karan Auditorium, Bathurst Garden and the Maitland Viewing Terrace. Donations also allow the School to provide means-tested bursary support to seventy or so children each year.

Please help Felsted to provide inspiring modern facilities and life-changing opportunities for current and future Felstedians.   

Online Donation

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What is Gift Aid?

USA Donors

Tax-deductible donations can be made online via the British Schools and Universities Foundation (BSUF). Please ensure you express your preference for the support of Felsted School. Donors' expressions of their preference are respected by the BSUF, but all grants are made at its sole discretion, as required by the IRS.

The Marshall Teaching & Learning Centre

We are delighted to say that we have submitted our planning application and this has been approved. Building works will commence in 2020 with expected completion in Autumn Term 2021.

Bathurst Garden Swings into Action

The garden is named in honour of former pupil Tom Bathurst (d1932-1937) and his wife Doreen following their recent bequest to the School.

I spent seven years being incredibly grateful for the opportunity that I had to attend Felsted as a bursary recipient, and am sure that the impact of this generosity will be seen throughout my life as I work to put into practise all that Felsted taught me.Open bursary beneficiary currently reading Classics at Cambridge

Ways of Giving


You might like to consider including a gift to Felsted School in your will.
Throughout Felsted’s history, legacies have been of vital importance in helping the School to provide improved facilities and to enable pupils to benefit from a Felsted education through the award of bursaries and scholarships.
Examples include Frederick Marshall’s legacy that created the foundation funding for The Marshall Centre and Mary Skill’s bequest that has supported the education of numerous Felstedians through bursarial support.
If you would like more details please let us know via the form below

Payroll Giving

Through Payroll Giving, you can provide Felsted School with a regular, reliable income stream that allows us to budget, while benefiting you with generous tax relief.

How does it work?

Give to Felsted School from your pay and you can get immediate tax relief of up to £4 for every £10 donated. The donations are taken from your gross salary, reducing the amount of income tax that is deducted from your salary.

What do you need to do?

All you need to do is ask your payroll department to deduct regular charitable donations from your salary by filling out a simple application form, stating how much you would like to give and to which charities. Your donations will show on your payslip.

If your employer does not already have a Payroll Giving scheme in place, don’t worry – it’s quick and easy to set up. Employers sign a contract with a Payroll Giving Agency who will transmit donations on their behalf.

Contact the Development Office to find out more about Payroll Giving today.

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Company Giving

The support of companies can benefit Felsted School in a number of ways – and businesses can receive a number of benefits by making a charitable donation to causes like ours.

All companies can get tax relief when they give money to UK charities, although the relief works differently for companies, self-employed people and partnerships. If someone is self-employed and wants to Gift Aid their donation it is handled in the same way as a donation from an individual.

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Contact Information

Richard Salmon
Head of Development

01371 822 649