Ways of Giving

We welcome gifts of all kinds and all sizes, whether one-off, multi-year, bequests or gifts in shares.

“We are passionate about the Bursary Fund and feel very strongly that our School should never have to turn a girl away because she can’t afford to come here. Girls from all social and financial backgrounds should have the opportunity to access the excellent educational offered at NLCS. We are grateful that we are in a position to support the Bursary Fund and hope to be able to do so for a long time to come.”

– NLCS Junior School Parent


Donations to the School can be made via bank transfer, through CAF Donate, or using our online donation form – please click the ‘Donate’ button.

If you would like to donate by cheque, please download and complete the Single Gift form.

If you would like to set up a regular gift by direct debit, please click the ‘Donate’ button above and click the ‘Recurring donation’ button or download and complete the Regular Gift form.


For our supporters living in the US, you can donate to NLCS via the British Schools & Universities Foundation (BSUF). Alternatively, the CAF American Donor Fund (CADF) allows US/UK dual taxpayers to claim Gift Aid (which can increase the value of gifts by up to 25%) and qualify for a tax deduction in the UK and in the US. Both organisations have been determined by the United States Internal Revenue Service to be tax-exempt public charities with 501(c)(3) status.

If you would like to donate by check or wire a donation, please visit the BSUF website.

If you would like to donate online by credit card or set up a recurring donation, please click the ‘Donate’ button.

If you pay tax in the UK and US, please donate through the CAF American Donor Fund.


Please use the following details to make a donation via bank transfer:

Bank: Barclays
Account Name: North London Collegiate School
Sort Code: 20-29-60
Account Number: 30930903
IBAN: GB47BARC20296030930903
BIC/Swift code: BARCGB22
Reference: Your surname / Bursary/Capital/Unrestricted (for example, Smith / Bursary)


The tables here show how Gift Aid can greatly increase the total donation that the School receives.

They also show how tax relief can reduce the net cost of the donation to you. For example, if as a 45% rate tax-payer you donate £10,000, the School receives £12,500 thanks to the 25% Gift Aid amount. The tax relief you receive reduces the donation ‘cost’ from £10,000 to £6,875.