Your support can make a significant difference to the lives of students and work of the University.
There are many ways to support the University. You can donate securely by direct debit from a bank account, by cheque, or with a credit or debit card, raise money on behalf of our priority projects or through online shopping platforms.
You can make a regular donation from your salary by completing and returning a staff donation form.
Donate by phone
If you would prefer to make your credit or debit card donation by phone, call us on +44 (0)161 247 2158.
To make a single gift by cheque*, credit or debit card, or set up a regular gift by direct debit, simply print and complete the appropriate form and post it to the address below.
Alternatively, you can contact us to request a printed donation form.
Please send your completed form to:
Alumni and Development Office
Manchester Metropolitan University
Bellhouse, Lower Ormond Street
Manchester M15 6BX
* Cheques should be payable to 'Manchester Metropolitan University'.
Gift Aid is a simple scheme that enables charities to claim an additional 25p from every £1 donated by UK taxpayers. By completing the Gift Aid declaration, you can increase the value of your gift at no extra cost to yourself.
If a higher rate tax-payer donates £100 to the Manchester Metropolitan Fund, £25 can be added to the value of this gift in Gift Aid. In addition, you can also receive a £25 rebate on this donation when completing the Self-Assessment Form. This means that your £100 donation would actually cost you £75.
If a 45% rate tax-payer donates £100 to the MMU Fund, £25 can be added to the value of this gift in Gift Aid. In addition, you can also receive £31.25 rebate on this donation when completing the Self-Assessment Form. This means that a £100 donation would actually cost you £68.75.
Your company can receive tax benefits from making gifts to charity. As an educational institution, Manchester Metropolitan University has charity status; it is an ‘exempt charitable body’ (the official charity term) and so does not have a registered charity number. For further information about tax-effective giving to the University by a company, please go to the HMRC website.