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Give to Middlesex

Thank you for considering giving a gift to Middlesex University.

Donations from our alumni play an important role in making Middlesex the outstanding university that it is and we greatly value your support. Your gift will help to inspire future students of Middlesex University.

There are many different ways you can make your donation, including online payment, cheque, or by debit and credit card.

Where applicable, completed donation forms should be sent to:

Zara Newman 
Middlesex University
The Burroughs

Donating securely online, via JustGiving

JustGiving is a secure and easy way to donate directly to Middlesex University. You can make your donation with any of the major credit cards or using PayPal donations. Visit the Middlesex University JustGiving page to find out more.


Please download and complete the donation form, and  send this together with your cheque made payable to 'Middlesex University' to Zara Newman at the address above.

Debit or credit card

To make a gift by debit or credit card, please complete the donation form. When you have completed your form, please send it to Zara Newman at the address above.

Online payment

You can donate to Middlesex securely via JustGiving, a secure and easy site linked directly to the University. You have the option to donate with any of the major credit cards or by using PayPal donations. Visit the Middlesex University JustGiving page to find out more.


The University is very grateful to receive legacies from its generous alumni and friends. The legacies we receive have been put to great use for our students, including providing bursaries. If you would like further information about how to leave a legacy, please contact Zara Newman on or by telephone on +44 (0) 20 8411 5050.

For more information on donating a legacy, please visit the HM Revenue and Customs website.

Donating by Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving allows you to make a donation to a charity directly from your pay or pension. The payment is made after National Insurance contributions, but before Income Tax. This means that you get tax relief on your donation immediately.

Should you wish to make a donation by payroll giving, you can authorise your employer or pension provider to deduct a set amount from your salary or pension income. For further advice or help for employers and employees please contact the Charities Trust or visit the HM Revenue and Customs website.


If you want to donate shares to the University, you will need to complete a stock transfer form in order to take the shares out of your name and put them into Middlesex University's name. For more information, please read the HM Revenue and Customs guide to giving shares to a charity.

Gift Aid

Middlesex University has charitable status, which means that gifts made by UK income tax payers can be made tax efficient through the Gift Aid Scheme.

By completing a Gift Aid Tax Declaration you can increase the value of your donation by nearly one third, at no additional cost to you.

You can add a quarter to the value of your gift under the Gift Aid Scheme by completing the Gift Aid Tax Declaration on your donation form. Under this scheme, when an individual makes a donation and is a UK taxpayer, the organisation receiving the gift can claim the income tax that the donor has paid on the value of the gift from the Inland Revenue. This means that for every £1 you give, the University can reclaim 25 pence from the Inland Revenue (at current rates of income tax, together with Gift Aid relief).

For example:
Gift amount  - £100
Total amount received by the university if Gift Aid applies - £125.00

Visit the HM Revenue and Customs website for more information.

Higher rate taxpayers

If you pay higher rate tax, you can claim the difference between the higher rate of tax (40 and/or 50%) and the basic rate of tax (20%) on the total 'gross' value of your donation to Middlesex University.

For example, if you donate £100, the total value of your donation to the charity is £125 - so you can claim back:

£25 - if you pay tax at 40% (£125 × 20%)
£37.50 - if you pay tax at 50% (£125 × 20%) plus (£125 × 10%)
You can make this claim from the Inland Revenue in the form of additional relief by showing the donation on your tax return.

In addition, under current legislation, any bequest to Middlesex University will be free from Inheritance Tax.


Middlesex University also has its very own crowdfunding platform called MDXCrowdfund. This connects external audiences to some of the exceptional student and staff creativity, innovation, entrepreneurialism and academic thought that takes place within Middlesex University on a daily basis.

To find out more about featured projects or to support one, please visit MDXCrowdfund.

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