Fundraising

As well as supporting local and national charities, Hollygirt pupils fund raise for internal projects.

We have recently started fundraising for a new Junior School playground.  We hope that the new play space will inspire our children to greatness, enhancing their learning and overall well being.  Please help us raise funds by clicking on the donate button below:

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Hollygirt School is the trading name of The Rhoda Jessop Educational Charity.  If you would like to make a donation to help us maintain our historical buildings, restore our stained glass windows or help us raise funds for projects that will benefit the next generation of children and young people, then here are a few options to help you do this:

1) JustGiving – we have a just giving page set up, specifically for our new Junior School Playground

2) TextGiving – you can make donations to our Junior School Playground using the following code HGJS47 £10 (or an amount of your choice) to 70070.

3) Cheque – you can write a cheque to Hollygirt School, with a note explaining that it is a donation to the school and post to:
The Bursar, Hollygirt School, Elm Avenue, Nottingham, NG3 4GF. If you are a UK tax payer, please could you complete our gift aid form.

4) EasyFundraising – If you shop online, this could be perfect for you. You can now donate to Hollygirt directly, with each online purchase you make from established retailers such as, eBay, Amazon, Argos, Next, PC World, Trainline and many more. All you need to do is set up an account with www.easyfundraising.org.uk and then make your purchase. A percentage of each sale will be sent to Hollygirt School.

Thank You!

Hollygirt School would like to thank the following for their recent donations and fundraising efforts:

– Mr Mamoo

– All Answers Ltd

Click here to see the full list of those who have made a donation to the school.


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