How to Support the Trust
To continue the valuable and important work of the Trust, you can help in a variety of ways.
1. Donations by cheque, bank transfer or on-line
2. Regular Giving
Donations by cheque, bank transfer or on-line
UK bank transfers Walter Carrington Educational Trust. HSBC Account 01516280. Sort Code 40-04-03.
Cheque Please make cheques payable to ‘The Walter Carrington Educational Trust’. Please send to: Alexander Technique, 13 The Boulevard, Imperial Wharf, London SW6 2UB
If you are a UK taxpayer and would like your donation to be treated as a Gift Aid donation (making every £1 worth £1.25 to us at no extra cost to you) please download, print and complete the Gift Aid Declaration section of our Support Form (PDF). You will need Acrobat Reader which you can download from Adobe. If you wish to donate to our Bursary Fund then please use our Bursary Support Form (PDF).
Give online on our MyDonate webpage (opens in new window).
For bank transfers please use the following information. IBAN code is: GB84MIDL40040301516280. BIC code is: MIDLGB2141C.
Giving regularly means we have reliable income we can count on. You can support the Trust with an annual or monthly standing order.
Please download our Support Form (PDF).
Make a legacy
The Walter Carrington Educational Trust aims to receive valuable income from donations made to the charity by supporters in their wills. The work it funds has helped the teaching and training of people in the Alexander Technique.
The value of a gift in your Will to a charity is deducted before the estate is assessed for inheritance tax, so a gift to The Walter Carrington Educational Trust could reduce your liability for inheritance tax. A guide to inheritance tax can be found on the HM Revenue & Customs website www.hmrc.gov.uk.
Leaving a Donation to The Walter Carrington Educational Trust in Your Will
Having made all the necessary provisions for family and friends, you may wish to leave some of your assets to The Walter Carrington Educational Trust. A donation made in your will is called a “bequest” or a “legacy”. Bequests are a very valuable source of income for The Walter Carrington Educational Trust. Any bequest made to The Walter Carrington Educational Trust is wholly exempt from tax.
There are three main types of bequest. Please bring any of the following wordings to the attention of your solicitor.
You may wish to leave a specific sum of money or personal possessions to a named person or a number of people. The rest of your assets, once the above wishes have been fulfilled, are known as your residual estate. You may wish to leave your whole residual estate or a fraction of your residual estate to charity. For example, you may decide to leave 10% to be used for the general purposes of The Walter Carrington Educational Trust.