Support Future Westholmians
A new & invaluable Centenary Bursary Fund
We are appealing to everyone ever involved with Westholme, past and present, to help us raise essential funds and reaffirm our commitment to helping bright and talented children gain access to our fantastic Westholme education. As the highest achieving school in Lancashire, we receive so many means-tested bursary applications each year and currently, we are only able to serve a relatively small amount of them.
In honour of Emily Singleton our founder, we are launching the Centenary Bursary Fund to increase our bursary capability.
We have taken the Centenary challenge of raising £100,000 to increase Westholme’s bursary capacity at this pivotal point in the School’s history. We are asking for all members of the Westholme family, past and present, to make a Centenary Pledge to help support a wider pool of talented and enthusiastic young people to have the opportunity to achieve their incredible ambitions through our unique unrivalled holistic excellence.
Gift Aid 12 Monthly Donations
The Centenary Pledge is 12 equal donations of £100 pledged to Westholme each month throughout our Centenary Year.
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Please click on the MAKE MY CENTENARY PLEDGE NOW link and set up your 12 monthly gifts to make a difference to a future Westholmian.
If you are a UK tax payer, please Gift Aid your donation to allow us to reclaim an additional 25%. This enables your donation to go much further in providing a gift of education to a future Westholmians.
Make a Huge Difference
You can make a one-off Centenary Donation using a credit or debit card. Every gift, no matter how big or small, will contribute to a life-changing opportunity of accessing a Westholme education.
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Please click on the MAKE MY CENTENARY DONATION NOW link to make your one-off donation to make a difference to a future Westholmian.