St. James’ owes a debt of gratitude to its many generous donors.
Today's pupils benefit from the encouragement and past contributions of our many benefactors.
Your donation will assure St. James’ continuing commitment to providing excellent facilities, giving St. James’ pupils the best we can offer.
We invite you to contribute to the shaping of future generations.
There are so many ways of supporting, but did you know sometimes it can be as simple as ticking a box?
Gift Aid is a Government scheme which allows charities to reclaim the basic rate of tax 28p from the Inland Revenue on every pound donated by UK taxpayers. This makes it more important than ever for our parents and carers, whether donating to the Diocesan Building Fund or making direct donations to school, to do so through the Gift Aid scheme.
For example, on a £100 donation we are eligible for an additional £28 through reclaiming the basic tax relief, at no extra cost to us or you. To qualify for Gift Aid you need be a UK tax payer, paying tax either through your wage or salary via your yearly self-assessment form each year, or on any taxable savings, for example a pension plan.
To make your declaration, please complete a Gift Aid Form and return it to:
The GAD Scheme Coordinator,
St. James’ Catholic High School,
A Specialist Humanities College,
St. James’ Way,
Telephone: 0161 482 6900
The more money we can claim from the Inland Revenue, the more we can raise for our school.