Make a long lasting difference.

Leaving a gift to the School in your Will is an easy yet significant way of leaving a lasting impact on the education of future Freemen's pupils. All gifts, no matter what size, are extremely appreciated.

To leave a gift in your Will, you will need to include our charity name, address, charity registration number and amount within your official Will documents: 

The Freemen's Bursary Fund
Registration number: 284769
City of London Freemen's School
KT21 1ET

Did you know a gift of even 1% of your Estate, will have a significant impact on the life of a child or young person at Freemen's?

To talk to someone about the difference you could make, call one of our team on 01372 822494 or email [email protected].

Beautiful purple lavender against Freemen's balustrade on a summer day

In Memory Giving

Giving in memory of your loved one is a special way to celebrate their life, but also ensures their story at Freemen's continues. Thanks to them, children and young people will have the chance to change their lives at Freemen's.

Other meaningful ways to pay tribute are to set up a tribute page, arrange a funeral collection or to fundraise.

If you would like to speak to someone about honouring your friend or family member, please call 01372 822494 or email [email protected]


Why I support: 

In memory of her father, former Head Girl (Class of 1967), Rosemary Roach (nee Wilkes) has established the Wilkes Piano Bursary to provide piano tuition to students for whom this expense would be too much.  

“My father, Jack Wilkes, after whom this bursary is named, chose Freemen’s for the education of my sister and me, despite the considerable financial burden this placed upon him and my mother.  

He was a very kind, generous and modest person, and I was indeed fortunate that he decided on Freemen’s for us. The broad-based education I received there set me up for a successful career. 

I wanted to show my appreciation for the opportunities that were made available to me at Freemen's and at the same time, commemorate the efforts of both my parents – especially my father – in providing those opportunities. This inspired my donation to Freemen’s, and the establishment of the Wilkes Piano Bursary. Students who are in receipt of financial support at Freemen’s will be able to apply for the Wilkes Piano Bursary.”  

Lady playing the grand piano in the Music Recital Hall