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The Different Ways You Can Send Your Gift

To discuss making a donation to the Longford Trust, you can email Chris Walters at  fundraising@longfordtrust.org To make a donation by Bank Transfer, our details are: CAF Bank, sort code 40 52 40, account number 00019561, account name The Frank Longford Charitable Trust. Or you can post a cheque, made out to the Frank Longford Charitable Trust, to PO Box 72887, London N2 2FG.

If you complete the Gift Aid form (see below) and email it to us, or post it, we can claim a further 25% on top of what you send. Or make your donation through Just Giving button below. Gift Aid is automatically collected on all Just Giving donations.

A Gift In Your Will

We have been fortunate in our first 20 years to be left a small number of legacies to support the trust’s work in offering second chances to young serving and ex-prisoners, individuals like Lee Cutter (whose award-winning soap sculptures are shown right).

As we enter our third decade, we have established an endowment fund to secure the long-term future of the trust. If you are thinking of making a donation to this fund, including by a Gift in Your Will, please contact Peter Stanford, our director.

How To Gift Aid It

If you are a UK taxpayer, the Longford Trust can claim back from the Treasury 25 pence for every £1 you give us, but we can only do this if you complete the declaration (right). If you intend to make regular donations, all can be included.

Download Gift Aid Form

What Your Donation Can Do

  • £25 to purchase a specialist text book for a Longford Scholar.
  • £50 for our Scholarship Manager to visit a prison education department.
  • £100 for a Longford Scholar’s overnight stay to attend the Lecture.
  • £250 for the cost of initial training for one mentor.
  • £500 to buy a lap-top for a Longford Scholar.
  • £2,000 for a Longford Scholarship over one academic year.