Help us to help children know where their food comes from, live healthy lives and spend more of their precious childhood in the great outdoors.

One-off donations

Every pound donated will be invested in helping children and their teachers to learn more about food and farming:

  • £50 will provide stimulating resources for children in one school to explore where their food comes from
  • £100 will introduce a class of children to the joy of growing their own food
  • £150 will train a farmer to communicate his/her passion for food and farming
  • £250 will evoke awe and wonder in 30 children on a farm visit
  • £500 will inspire and equip a teacher through professional education to bring the countryside into the classroom for 150+ children

Donate online

Even small gifts can make a big difference. UK tax payers can also GIft Aid their payment to make it go further.

Online Donation Form

Other ways to support us

Join as a Farmer and Educator member

In addition to supporting our work, as a LEAF Education member you will be introduced to a thriving network of like-minded people and receive benefits to help you with farm education.

Suitable for schools, small independent farms and individuals. 

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Sponsor a project, conference, workshop or newsletter

LEAF Education partners with a wide range of organisations  both within the food world, and in other sectors. See how working with us can benefit your organisation. 

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Make regular payments through your bank

Contact us for details of how to make a standing order or set up a Direct Debit.

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Fundraising for us

David Canty (left), a FACE Trustee, decided to challenge himself by running a half marathon and he chose FACE as a recipient of his fundraising efforts. He raised £450 (before Gift Aid).

Could you be inspired to use your skills to fundraise for FACE? Contact us to become a FACE champion. 

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Payroll Giving

Give As You Earn (GAYE) is a really simple way of making regular donations that can save you tax too. 

As a UK taxpayer, you can reclaim the income tax on amounts given to charity. 

A £20 donation will only cost you £16 (20% tax payers) or £12 (40% tax payers). 

Several GAYE schemes exist and if your employer doesn't already have one, take a look at CAF as an example. There is also more information on the Government web site

Leave a legacy

Remember LEAF Education in your will and leave a gift to support children in the future to learn more about the importance of food, farming and the countryside.

Our promise to you

Our work to help children and young people understand the connection between farming and their daily lives is possible only thanks to the generous support of donors like you.

As a donor you share our aspirations and support the work we do throughout England and Wales.

We will make sure that your money is spent wisely and efficiently and on the things that matter to you.

We will invite you to join our mailing lists to keep you updated of the way your donation helps us to fulfil our aims.

Your opinions are important to us and we will welcome your feedback.

We would be happy to discuss ways in which you can become more involved in our work.

We will be here to answer your questions and share our successes.

Do contact us if you have any questions or comments about our work.

Notes on Gift Aid donations

Please note if you pay Income Tax at the higher or additional rate and want to receive the additional tax relief due to you, you must include all your Gift Aid donations on your Self-Assessment tax return or ask HM Revenue and Customs to adjust your tax code.

Please notify the charity if you: 

  • want to cancel this declaration
  • change your name or home address
  • no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains