For 125 years, Morley College has been providing the very best of adult education, in line with our founding vision to enable more people from all walks of life to experience the benefits of education.
Morley College is a registered charity. Teaching at Morley continues to be funded by student fees and government support, and we are committed to providing courses of the highest quality. However, to maintain our high quality provision and to continue to support innovative programmes, we also welcome donations of any size from past and present students and other supporters of the College.
What do we fund?
This programme aims to help people, especially the most disadvantaged, back into education. Find out more.
Caring for our heritage
Morley's murals, artworks, library and archives are of national - in some cases international - significance. We need to ensure that they are preserved for future generations.
Special educational projects
Morley has always been a place of innovation. We are creating a fund to help release the create ideas of our students and staff.
We are committed to making Morley College the best environment for adult education in the country. We need to raise funds for an exciting and ambitious programme of improvements to our buildings.
How to donate?
The Big Give
Take a part of the Big Give Christmas Challenge. If you donate to Morley below between 4 - 6 December 2014 your donation could be doubled. Find out how to donate.
If you shop online regularly then you can help us raise funds for Morley College at no cost to yourself, simply by using easyfundraising.org.uk. Easyfundraising is an online shopping directory listing many of the major high-street stores including Argos, Next, Debenhams, John Lewis, HMV and more. All you need to do is register at Easy Fundraising, and whenever you use their directory to go on to make a purchase at one of their listed stores, Morley will receive a donation of 15% from easyfundraising for every purchase you make.
If you would like more information on any of the above or would like to discuss other ways of lending your support please contact the Principal’s Office on 020 7450 1804.