There are a number of ways you can make a gift to the University of Suffolk.
- Online via BT MyDonate
- Give As Your Earn
- Make a regular donation by Direct Debit
- By Phone
- By Post
- Remembering the University of Suffolk in your Will
Give As You Earn
The University of Suffolk is pleased to accept gifts via Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn). Your donation is taken directly from your pre-tax salary, meaning that your donation reduces the amount of tax you pay each month.
For example making a £20 donation:
As a 20% taxpayer: You pay £16 and receive a £4 reduction in tax.
As a 40% taxpayer: You pay £12 and receive an £8 reducation in tax.
If you are an employee of the University of Suffolk you can make a gift to us this way by completing the following Give As You Earn form.
If you are a friend of the University and would like to make a gift to us via payroll giving you will need to contact your payroll department/provider and ask them to set this up. To discuss this in more detail please contact 01473 338737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make a regular donation
If you would like to make a regular gift to the University of Suffolk by direct debit you will need to complete the appropriate sections of our donation form and return to us using the pre-paid postage. If you would like a hardcopy of the donation form sent to you, please contact the Alumni and Development team by emailing email@example.com or calling 01473 338737.
Alternatively, please call 01473 338737 and a member of our team will be able to take your details over the phone and send the form to you to sign.
Donating by phone
If you would like to make a donation to the university over the phone please call 01473 338737 and a member of our team will be happy to take your details and discuss where you would like your donation to be directed to. Our team can take one off donations or set up a regular gift to us by direct debit.
Alternatively, we are very happy to call you to discuss your donation and to take your details over the phone, if you would like a member of the Alumni and Development Team to call you, either call 01473 338737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appropriate time.
Donating by post
Donations can also be made by post, you can make a single donation or set up a regular direct debit by completing and returning our donation form. The completed form can be returned using the pre-paid postage or returned by hand to the Ipswich Waterfront Building Reception. If you would like a hardcopy of the donation form sent to you, please contact the Alumni and Development team by emailing email@example.com or calling 01473 338737.
Please make any cheques or CAF vouchers payable to University of Suffolk Ltd.
Leaving a Legacy
A legacy is something you leave behind to support others when you are no longer around. Our primary thought when drawing up a will is our family and friends, and how our assets or wealth can support our nearest and dearest when we are no longer with them. Writing a will can be a sobering prospect and one that requires careful consideration. However, it can also be an inspiring opportunity to make a lasting difference to the wider world.
Many people consider drawing up their will as an opportunity to think about and give back to causes or issues that are particularly important to them. Leaving a gift to charity in your will, is an excellent way of supporting something that you feel strongly about and is the highest honour a charitable body can receive.
Recognising a charity in your will can also relieve the tax burden on your family or friends after your death. Any money pledged to charity is inheritance tax exempt.
There are many ways your legacy could support the University of Suffolk for generations to come, and we’ll make sure that, wherever possible, your legacy is fulfilled and your support is directed where and how you would like.
If you would like more information about making a gift to the University of Suffolk in your will or would like to pledge your support, please contact the Alumni and Development Team on 01473 338737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.