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Make a contribution to a child's Plan

Help give your child the best possible start to adult life by contributing to their future. Anyone can gift to a child’s Child Trust Fund or Junior ISA and we have four easy options for you. Investing carries risk.

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Save for their tomorrow, today

Whether your child has a Child Trust Fund (CTF) or a Junior ISA with us, you can choose how you would like to contribute to their savings Plan.

Our children’s savings accounts offer an easy and flexible way to save for your child. You can add money by setting up a Direct Debit from as little as £10 and you can make a one-off payment by debit card, bank transfer and/or cheque, £20 for Junior ISAs and £10 for Child Trust Funds.

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Make a gift payment online

Anyone can contribute to a child's Child Trust Fund or Junior ISA, as long as the combined amount does not exceed the contribution limit of £9,000.

Making a contribution online is quick and easy, you just need the child's Plan number. 

MyPlans allows you to make contributions in just a few clicks. You can have your own MyPlans account as a Registered Contact or a Gifter, to view contributions, fund performance and more. 


Ways to contribute


Make a contribution online by logging in to your MyPlans account.
Login to MyPlans
Activate your account


0333 600 0333
Option 2 to make a payment
Lines are open Monday to Friday
8:30am to 5:00pm - UK based


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CTF Contribution form
Junior ISA Contribution form

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Take a look at our CTF fund page to find out where the CTF is invested

Gifts cannot be reclaimed and combined amounts cannot exceed the contribution limit of £9,000, running from birthday to birthday for CTFs and tax year for Junior ISAs. As with all stock market investments the value of your child’s Plan can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than has been paid in.

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