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Will you change a Childs life by sponsoring their education?

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WELCOME to our charity page, here you will find:

  • Information about our charity     

  • Options on amount to donate    

  • Options on ways you can donate

  • ​Details on 'easyfundraising'        

Our Charity.


Kilifi Schools Education Fund is the charity set up to raise funds to finance the running costs of Kingston Schools.    100% of all funds raised are used for the benefit of the pupils and the schools. None of the funds are used towards administration costs.

There is a good choice and variety of ways of contributing to the charity, for options please see below on this 'Our Charity' page and  for other ways to support us, please see the 'How you can help' page.

The charity is set up under a small charity constitution and currently has three trustees appointed. The fund was granted charitable status for tax purposes, on 22 July 2012, in line with Paragraph 1 of schedule 6, of the Finance Act 2010. All donations are eligible for gift aid under our HMRC reference XT37398.

Gift Aid and Tax Payers in The United Kingdom.

For more information on Gift Aid, how it works & benefits your chosen charity, how to make a donation and how you might be able to claim higher rate tax rebates see the HMRC Giving to charity through Gift Aid page.


We have pleasure in inviting you to support our pupils and school by making a donation, please see the following

Sponsorship Options


Regular monthly contribution between £1 per month and £4 per month. These funds will be used for overall school costs, including providing teachers and renting our school buildings.


Regular monthly contribution between £5 per month and £9 per month, these funds will be used to part sponsor a child whose family can contribute something, but cannot manage to find all school costs. Your regular contribution will really make a difference and enable a child to attend school.


£10 or over, per month. This will be full sponsorship. You will be helping a specific child to attend school; your contribution will cover school fees, uniform and books. This option really enables a child to gain an education which without your help would be impossible. You will receive photos and updates and it may be possible to send and receive letters from your sponsored child.


A donation of your choice which will be used towards school desks, school books, or used towards a specific project. If you wish you can specify how you want the funds to be used.



To make a donation of your choice from your bank using the PayPal system, please click on the link below;


You can also make a donation of your choice via PayPal by scanning the QR code below:


Please use the link below or the QR code to support us by signing up to 'easyfundraising'

There is no cost to you and funds are raised by you simply doing your normal online shopping with over 6000 retailers.

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If you require any further help to, sponsor a child, make a regular contribution or a one off donation, or details on how to join 'easyfundraising' please contact Trevor Roberts via our 'Contact us Page' or use the 'Lets Chat' buttons and we will get back in touch with you as soon as we can.

You can also contact us via email at:

Please note that 100%of all funds received will be used for sponsorship or school running costs. None of your contributions will be lost in administration costs (except for the small fee charged by PayPal to donate via their charity platform)



A huge thank you to the following people and organizations for their amazing support:

Barclays Bank for donations and matched funding but especially those who contribute monthly.

Everyone at St Mary's School and College for the fantastic support and fundraising.

South Hunsley school, especially Draco House.

Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training (YWTT)

Sarah & Tony Barley, Paul Hill & Jenny Dixon, Steve & Correnna Potter, Elaine & Mike Standing, Andy Regan, Andy & Katy Wood, Sue Williams, Barry & Jo Gray, Santi Berry, Damian Jones, Jane Place, Eleanor Griffiths, Arngrim Ytterhus, Jean Booth, Chris Maynard, Alena Schmidt, Amanda Lincoln

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