We are very grateful to everyone who has made a donation to support the school. Together, with the help of parents, alumnae and the Friends of LEH, we raised over £440,000 last year.
The majority of donations are to the LEH Bursary Fund, which goes from strength to strength. This academic year we are supporting 58 bursary students, with 42 on 100% bursaries, offering more girls than ever the life changing opportunity of an LEH education.
There are a variety of ways to donate, so it’s easy for everyone to give what they can. Scroll down to explore the options.
The Development Office Team will always be pleased to answer any fundraising questions you may have or to receive offers of help.
There are several ways in which you can make a gift to LEH, but making a donation online is by far the easiest. To donate securely online, please complete the details in the form, which will then take you through to our payment gateway. Choose from either a regular gift or a one-off donation. If you would like to support the School in any other way, do get in touch with the Development Office.
Your payment will be processed by our payment partner Stripe.com whose privacy notice can be found here. LEH School does not store any card details.
To make a donation by cheque (made payable to ‘Lady Eleanor Holles School’) or to set up a Direct Debit, please complete and return the Donation Form below to the Development Office at LEH, Hanworth Road, Hampton TW12 3HF.
If you would like to make your donation via bank transfer, please use the Lady Eleanor School bank account details below and add your name as a reference.
Barclays Bank plc, Lady Eleanor Holles School
Sort Code: 20-47-23
Account number: 40344370
Pledges of support can enable you to spread your gift over time whilst allowing the School to plan for the future. If you would like to make a donation in a number of instalments structured over multiple years, please contact us at the Development Office.
LEH is in the fortunate position of being able to attract and develop many talented young women. The existence of a well-funded bursary scheme not only ensures that this education is made available to a broader group of girls, but also ensures that a safety net is in place in the event that parents of existing pupils encounter unforeseen difficulties which would otherwise result in a talented and promising pupil having to leave the school. Mary Geraghty -LEH 1984-91- General Counsel EMEA Starbucks