St George’s House exists to nurture wisdom through dialogue. By bringing people together in a residential setting to grapple with difficult topics we feel the world can be made a better place. We can only do this through the generosity of people who believe in what we do, who see that while not every problem may be solvable, every effort to find a solution is worthwhile. We want this vital work to continue long into the future. Your support will make that happen.

 

Help us to nurture wisdom through dialogue and make this world a better place.

 

Donations, in particular regular gifts, are crucially important to our work: your money will help us build bridges between people and help us find ways through seemingly intractable issues. The work of the House can make a positive contribution to society in a host of ways. By engaging people from across society, by focusing squarely on debate and discussion, openness and trust, by encouraging people to argue cogently and listen carefully, we can help people enrich their understanding, develop pragmatic relationships, and strive for solutions to society’s most pressing issues.

 

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Thank you for your support. We greatly appreciate it.

 

 

 

Donate By Post: Please send cheques made payable to ‘St George’s House Trust’ to St George’s House, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1NJ, UK. Do include a gift aid declaration form if you are happy for us to reclaim the basic rate tax on your gift.

 

 

Donate By Bank Transfer (BACS): You can transfer your donation directly to our bank account. For details, please contact house@stgeorgeshouse.org. If you are happy for us to reclaim the basic rate tax on your gift, please include our gift aid declaration form.

 

 

Make a Legacy Payment in your Will: Leaving us a gift in your will is easy to arrange and could make a huge difference to our work.