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Ways you can support us financially...

Make a donation to BCPFE today and your money will help ensure that our member schools can continue to provide enriching opportunities and valuable services to children and their families across our community.

How to donate

Regular monthly donations

If you’re passionate about BCPFE’s work and would like to make a donation, why not make a regular monthly donation by direct debit. This is easy to set up using our Local Giving website.

This kind of longer term support helps us to plan ahead and further develop our services in response to local need.

Just click here to make a secure monthly donation online.


One-off donations

Or you might like to make a one-off donation and can do so in the same way, through our Local Giving page.

Just click here to make a secure one-off donation online.

If you’re a UK tax payer, Gift Aid can top up your donation through Localgiving by 25% at no extra cost to you. This means that for every £1 donated, HMRC provides an additional £0.25 supplement. Gift Aid is a government scheme allowing charities and community groups to increase the value of donations made to them.

Alternatively, if you would prefer to donate by post, you can do so by sending a cheque made payable to ‘Brighton City Partnership for Education’ to: BCPFE, Middle Street Primary School, Middle Street, Brighton BN2 9WB. Please do include your name and address so that we can acknowledge your kind donation.


Donate while you shop

Raise money for BCPFE through your usual online shopping – without it costing you a penny!

Download the Give As You Live app and start raising money today.



Find out about how you could take part in a fundraising event to raise money for us…

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