Annual Fund

King's College has established an Annual Fund in order to support the academic, sporting, pastoral and co-curricular needs of every pupil within the school. [Please click here for a PDF of the Annual Giving leaflet] To sustain the excellence of our provision to increasing numbers it is vital to plan ahead and build for the future.

Why does King's College need an Annual Fund?

The fee income we receive pays for the cost of an education, with a small surplus to cover capital projects. We are not able to fund all our plans through fees and need other revenue to help with the many developments, both large and small.

What is the Annual Fund?

The Annual Fund is a new initiative which will run each academic year to raise funds for specific projects not funded by fee income.

Who can support the Annual Fund?

Anyone - OAs, parents, grandparents, friends and Council members are all invited to support King's through regular giving. There is no set amount to give, all donations are welcome both large and small - participation is key to the success of the Annual Fund.

How can I give?

There is a gift form available here to download and return to us with details of how you wish to give, along with a gift aid form, which can be returned to us with a cheque if you would prefer to make a single gift donation. If you wish to set up a regular giving standing order, you will also need to download the standing order form to send directly to your bank.

Alternatively, please visit our online giving page to make a donation online - you can set up regular giving as well as make one-off gifts via Just Giving.

Where will the money go?

The resources of the Annual Fund will go towards a variety of different projects across all areas of school life, and therefore benefiting all the members of the King's College community. When you make a donation to the Annual Fund, it is up to you to decide whether you would like to specify where your money is directed, or whether you are happy for the school to use it where it is needed most.

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