Your help will make a difference and provide a lasting legacy for generations to come.

The College must raise signifcant sums to fund the building of our new Catholic primary and secondary schools. Initially we need to raise around £3 million pounds. This is a huge sum but we should consider that the hundreds of Catholic schools, churches, nursing homes and other institutions in London exist largely because of the generosity and committment of the Catholic community and others over many generations. If you are able to make a one-off or a regular donation, please please use the standing order form (link below) or send a cheque made payable to St Richard Reynolds Governors Account. Any amount from thousands to a few pounds will be very much appreciated.

If you are able to make a donation by bank transfer the details are:

Account name: St Richard Reynolds Governors Account

Account number: 00617076

Sort Code: 16-01-09

GIFT AID FORM

PLEDGE / STANDING ORDER FORM

St Richard Reynolds Catholic College is a Voluntary Aided (VA) school under the trusteeship of the Diocese of Westminster. Voluntary Aided schools need to find 10% of their capital budget from contributions. Most VA schools operate a governors fund to provide the 10% voluntary contribution and to provide additional funds for school improvement. Parents of children at the College will be invited to make a one-off or regular monthly contribution to the fund. Admittance to the College is not dependent on parents making a donation. Whilst it is expected, it is not compulsory. These contributions can be Gift Aided so that the College can claim back income tax already paid on the donations. If you would like to make a donation now, please send it to Governors Fund, St RIchard Reynolds Catholic College, Clifden Road,Twickenham TW1 4LT or directly into the College account (details above).

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St Richard Reynolds Catholic
College
Clifden Road
Twickenham
TW1 4LT

T: 020 8325 4630

www.strichardreynolds.org.uk

@StRRCCollege

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