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Your gift will enable us to attract the brightest minds regardless of background, and to support outstanding students and academics, inspiring them to make a positive impact on society. Every donation, regardless of size or frequency, makes a difference. Thank you for your support!

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Please contact the Development Office to discuss giving opportunities on +44 (0)1223 339241 or email development@lucy.cam.ac.uk

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Making a donation from the US

If you are based in the United States it is possible to make tax efficient gifts to Lucy Cavendish by donating via our partner organisation Cambridge in America.

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Making a donation from Europe

If you are based in Belgium, Croatia, Estonia*, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg*, Slovakia*, Spain, or Switzerland it is possible to make tax efficient gifts to Lucy Cavendish by donating via our partner organisation TGE.

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*Please click here to make a gift from Luxembourg and here to make a gift from Slovakia. To make a gift from Estonia, please contact the below directly:

Open Estonia Foundation

Estonia pst.5a, Tallinn 10143
Phone: +372 615 5700
Email: mall@oef.org.ee

Website: www.oef.org.ee

Making a donation offline

If you would prefer to donate offline, please download and return the paper donation form or call the Development Office on +44(0)1223 339241 to donate by card over the phone.

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Tax Efficient Giving from Canada

The University of Cambridge is recognised as an educational institution eligible for charitable status under Canadian tax law, making donations to Lucy Cavendish from Canadian residents tax-deductible. Payment can be made online, via cheque or bank transfer. Please email development@lucy.cam.ac.uk when making your gift and we will request a receipt from the University on your behalf.

Gift Aid in the UK

The Gift Aid scheme enables Lucy Cavendish to claim an extra 25% on the value of your gift at no further cost to you. In order for us to claim Gift Aid, you must pay at least as much Income and/or Capital Gains Tax in the tax year (6 April to 5 April) that is at least equal to the amount of tax that all the charities you have donated to will reclaim on your gifts for the tax year.  Other taxes, such as Council tax and VAT, do not qualify. It is possible to declare your eligibility for Gift Aid at the point of making your gift.

If you pay higher rate tax, you can claim the difference between the higher rate of tax (40 and/or 50%) and the basic rate of tax (20%) on the total ‘gross’ value of your donation to Lucy Cavendish. For example, if you donate £100, the total value of your donation to the charity is £125 – so you can claim back:

  • £25 – if you pay tax at 40% (£125 × 20%)
  • £37.50 – if you pay tax at 50% (£125 × 30%) 

You can make this claim on your Self Assessment tax return. For more information see the gov.uk website. You can cancel a Gift Aid declaration at any time by contacting the Development Office.

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A gift in your Will

Click the button below to see how to make us a gift in your Will.

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Lucy Cavendish College is a registered charity, number 1137875