Thank you for considering making a donation today. We would LOVE your support at this critical time.
With only 3 months to go until the construction team finish the Sports Campus building, we are urgently appealing for donations to enable us to meet the remaining £107k needed.
Can you help? You can make a one-off donation in full, or spread your payments over the next THREE months.
Please click on a donation tile below to find out more about how you can help, and make your pledge today:
Please contact us at any time if you have a specific donation in mind and would like to talk to us about the best option for you. You can reach our Director of Development, Jo Ballantine, at email@example.com or telephone: 01280 827309.
If you would prefer to pay by cheque, standing order or make a direct bank transfer, please complete the Donation Pledge Form, make your payment and we’ll be in touch for any further details should we need them.
Recognising your donation
As our fundraising for the Sports Campus is such a community effort – from our major donors, charitable trusts, parents, students, staff, the local community – we want to reflect this in our building. We offer brick inscriptions, plaques, a roll of honour board, and sponsorship of whole rooms/pitches so that we can demonstrate how amazing it is when we have all come together to reach our goal.
Please click on each donation type above to read more about what’s on offer. You can also choose a donation amount of ANY type if it falls outside of our donations menu.
RLS is a Registered Charity – donations may be eligible for tax relief
Good news! However you choose to donate, for every £1 donated by UK taxpayers RLS can claim an additional 25p from the Government via the Gift Aid scheme. If you are a UK taxpayer, please make sure you complete the declaration on the donation form to enable us to maximise the value of your gift. If you are a higher rate tax payer, there is even better news – you can reclaim part of your donation in your next tax return, so a personal donation of £125, actually only costs you £93.75, and (including Gift Aid claimed by us) results in a contribution of £156.25: