Crowdfunding for Schools

Loan and Donation Fundraising for Independent Schools

Invest or Donate for Free – No Fees!

Welcome to InvestMySchool, the UK’s innovative company for school fundraising. We enable independent schools to harness the power of crowdfunding by accepting both loans and donations from their “crowd”, including parents, alumni and the wider school community to deliver current and new development projects faster.

New to crowdfunding? Crowdfunding is simply the process of asking a crowd of people to each contribute a small amount of money that in aggregate funds your project.

how it works

1. Register

Open a secure online account at It’s free and easy.

2. View your preferred school’s project page

Your school will have a dedicated webpage which details what they intend to use any raised funds for the terms of their raise, including borrowing terms should the school choose to accept loans.

You can ask the school questions about their campaign and how they will use funds raised, or about specific projects, and the answers they supply are shared on their campaign page. At any time, you can see how much has been raised so far.

3. Lend or Donate

Decide how much you would like to contribute to the fundraising campaign. Your payments are made through our secure platform.

4. Gift Aid on Donations

If you are a UK registered tax payer, then we could be able to collect any applicable Gift Aid from HMRC, currently worth an extra 25% of your donation to the school.

5. The school receives funds contributed

When the campaign is fully pledged then all funds, be they loans or donations and associated Gift Aid, are paid to the school directly.

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latest projects

  • STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Maths)

    by Heathfield Knoll School

    Here at Heathfield Knoll School we have some exciting plans to continually develop the school and improve the education and facilities offered to...

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