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, with a credit or debit card, Text Donate, via CAF or raise money on behalf of our priority projects via JustGiving or through online shopping platforms.

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University Staff Giving

You can make a regular donation from your salary by completing and returning a staff donation form.

First Gen staff donation form

Text Donate

Text MMFG00 £5 to 70070 to make a donation to the University's First Generation campaign to support deserving students from Greater Manchester.

Donate by phone

To make your credit or debit card donation by phone, call Cashiers on +44 (0)161 247 1828.

Donate by post

To make a single gift by cheque* or to set up a regular gift by direct debit, simply print and complete the appropriate form and post it to the address below.

First Gen donation form

Alternatively, you can contact us to request a printed donation form.

Please send your completed form to:

Development and Alumni Relations
Manchester Metropolitan University
G.11, All Saints Building, All Saints
Manchester M15 6BH

* Cheques should be payable to 'Manchester Metropolitan University'.

International giving

If you do not have a UK bank account, you can make a gift via card by telephoning our Finance colleagues in Cashiers directly on 0044 161 247 1828; you simply need to explain that you wish to make a donation and indicate where you would like your gift to be directed.

Alternatively, you can set up an international bank transfer or an online banking transfer. The University’s bank details for this are:

Bank: Barclays Bank PLC Address: Barclays Business Centre Manchester City Office, PO Box 357 51 Mosley Street, Manchester, M60 2AU

Sort Code: 20-55-34

Account No: 50603570

IBAN Code: GB07BARC20553450603570


Donate via the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF)

Leave a legacy to the University

Tax effective giving

Gift Aid and UK Taxpayers

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.

Gift Aid and Higher Tax-payers

If a higher rate tax-payer donates £100 to Manchester Metropolitan University, £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.

Gift Aid and Additional Rate (45%) Tax-payers

If a 45% rate tax-payer donates £100 to the Manchester Metropolitan University, £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.

Tax-effective giving for corporate gifts

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.

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Data Protection Statement

Your details are safe with us. All your personal details will be held in accordance with our Alumni and Supporter Data Protection Statement, which provides details about how we will use information about you.

Charitable Status

Manchester Metropolitan University has charitable status as an exempt charity under Schedule 2 to the Charities Act 1993 (amended by the Charities Act 2006).

The University is subject to charity legislation but is not required to register with the Charity Commission and is not regulated by it. As an exempt charity, the University does not have a registered charity number.

Exempt charities are entitled to exactly the same financial benefits as registered charities.

Visit HMRC for more information