Donate

Help support the The Old Burians’ Association with regular donations by Standing Order

If you enjoy keeping in touch and hearing about your old school, we hope that you will be happy to contribute towards the costs of running the Old Burians’ Association. We run on a small budget and our administration is done almost entirely by volunteers. However, there are unavoidable costs such as printing, postage, and running the website, all of which have increased considerably in recent years.

We ask that members pay an annual subscription in the form of a Standing Order of not less than £10; if you feel you can afford a bit more, that would be very much appreciated. You can find a Standing Order form here. If you attended the school but you’re not yet a member of the OBA, we’d love you to join us – you can find a registration form and Standing Order form on the Join Us” page.


Give to the Old Burians Charitable Trust to help current students develop their careers

The Trust exists to provide help in the form of part-funding for personal development projects (both educational and charitable) pursued by individual students in their later years at the school. You can read more about it on this page, along with some personal stories of students who have benefited from an award in the recent past, and also download a Standing Order or one-off Donation form.


Make a one-off donation

If you would like to make a one-off donation either to The Old Burians’ Association or to The Old Burians Charitable Trust you can do so via online banking using the details below (they are separate accounts – please make sure you use the correct one). If you prefer to send a cheque it would be helpful if you could complete the appropriate part of the donation form here, and include it with your cheque.


Gift Aid

If you are a taxpayer, any contributions/donations you make to The Old Burians Charitable Trust can be worth an additional 25% if you will complete a Gift Aid Declaration. You can download a Gift Aid Declaration Form here.

The Old Burians Charitable Trust will reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 you give. 

Notes:

You must pay an amount of Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax for each tax year (6 April one year to 5 April the next) that is at least equal to the amount of tax that the charity will reclaim on your gifts for that tax year.  If you pay Income Tax at the higher rate, you must include details of all your Gift Aid donations on your Self Assessment tax return if you want to receive the additional tax relief due to you.
Please notify the charity if you:
1. Want to cancel this declaration;
2. Change your name or home address;
3. No longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains.
You can do this by using the Contact Us form (click here) or by sending a letter to the Treasurer:
Jack Deal, The Grain Store, Park Farm Barns, Cavenham, Bury St. Edmunds, IP28 6DA


Join the 250 Club with a chance of winning cash prizes

A fun way to contribute a little extra help to the Association’s finances, with some worthwhile prizes to be won in the draw, which takes place several times a year. Click here for more details and an online application form.


For the OLD BURIANS’ ASSOCIATION the bank details are as follows:

Barclays Bank plc, Bury St. Edmunds
Sort code:  20-16-12
Account name:  Old Burians Association
Account number:  70674605

If you prefer you can download a PAPER FORM here for Old Burians Association payments, which you can complete and send to your Bank.


For THE OLD BURIANS CHARITABLE TRUST the bank details are as follows:

Barclays Bank plc, Bury St. Edmunds
Sort code:  20-16-12
Account name:  The Old Burians Charitable Trust
Account number:  80614211

If you prefer you can download a PAPER FORM here for The Old Burians Charitable Trust payments, which you can complete and send to your Bank. And please remember to Gift Aid your contributions if you can.


Thank you!

The Committee of the Old Burians’ Association wishes to place on record its great indebtedness to the following members who financed almost the entire cost of the creation and production of this website:

Clive Calcutt, Peter Cooper, Eric Davey, Bob Dutton, Bill Evetts, Ian Fish, Khai Fletcher, Rob Hedges, Ken Howes, Stephen Keen, Clifford King, John Ottley, Simon Playle, Richard Suggitt and Fraser Watts.