Thank you for choosing to make a donation to the University of Exeter Campaign. Every gift makes a huge difference to our students and to our research capabilities.
You can make a regular commitment by setting up a direct debit. Giving on a regular basis allows us to plan for the future and ensure we can guarantee money where it is needed most.
Unfortunately if you do not have a UK bank account you are unable to set up a direct debit.
Make a single donation online via debit or credit card
A Gift by post
We welcome all donations to the University. You can also send a cheque made payable to University of Exeter. We can also accept credit card donations via Mastercard or Visa, and donations made via the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) or other intermediary charities.
Please download and complete a Campaign paper donation form (.pdf) and return to us at:
Freepost Plus RRUS-RHLX-XALX,
University of Exeter,
The Queen’s Drive,
A Gift in your Will
Legacies from alumni provide invaluable support for our projects (and are tax free for the University). There are even some benefits to reducing inheritance tax if we donate 10% in our Will to charity.
If you would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Gift from the US
Donors residing in the US can make their donation tax effectively by giving to the University of Exeter US Foundation. The University of Exeter US Foundation is a public tax-exempt charitable body organised under the provisions of section 501(c)(3) of the US Code. The Foundation was established to help link former students who now live and work in America as well as providing support to the University.
A Gift from Hong Kong
The University of Exeter is registered with the Hong Kong Foundation for Charities (HKFC). The HKFC allows donors who reside in Hong Kong to make donations to organisations outside of Hong Kong in a tax-efficient manner, as they are able to issue gift receipts for Hong Kong tax purposes. Hong Kong tax payers should make their donations via the University of Exeter Hong Kong Foundation for Charities’ website.