Online Donation You can make a donation online with your credit or debit card via PayPal. Please indicate the intention of your gift in the special instruction box for the seller if you wish to support a particular award, COSF in Hong Kong, COSF in Britain and /or claim Gift Aid.
UK Gift Aid If you are a UK taxpayer and you have made your donation by cheque, direct bank wire transfer or online credit card payment via PayPal, you can claim Gift Aid and make your donation worth 25% more for COSF. Just complete the Gift Aid form and post it to our UK address.
Donation By Cheque A cheque can be made payable to the China Oxford Scholarship Fund. Please indicate the intention of your gift with a note accompanying your cheque.
In Hong Kong, cheques can be sent to: China Oxford Scholarship Fund, G.P.O. Box 2755, Central, Hong Kong
In the United Kingdom, cheques can be sent to: China Oxford Scholarship Fund, Administrative Office, Meadowside Cottage, Warwick Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire CV37 0NR
Legacy Gift Please contact us for further information.
Tax Benefits In the United States, donations can be made via the University of Oxford’s North America office. Gifts can be made by credit card or by cheque to the Americans for Oxford, Inc. by completing its donation form. Gifts made by US income taxpayers are tax deductible. In Hong Kong, there are tax benefits as COSF is a registered charitable organisation with the Inland Revenue Department.
Donation Matching Programmes Whether you are in Hong Kong, the United Kingdom or in the United States, many international and local companies offer gift matching programmes for their employees. Be sure to check with your organisation to find out if your contribution can be matched, worth more and go further for COSF.
All donations to the China Oxford Scholarship Fund are eligible for income tax deductibility. The Fund will issue an official receipt to all donors who supply their name and postal address with their gift. The China Oxford Scholarship Fund fully abides by the Data Protection Act 1998.