Gift Aid is an income tax relief that helps you to give to charities. It doesn’t mean that you get money back, it means that we can claim more from your donation than you actually paid. It gives us an extra [...]
No! As a donor you don’t pay any extra. We apply to the government for the income tax relief on the money you donate.
All you need to do is confirm that you want to donate through Gift Aid. We have the declaration in the form of a tick box. So all you need to do is tick that box when donating!
Charities do not pay tax on most forms of income. As your donation is a form of income to us, we can claim back the income tax that you paid when you received this money. All charities can claim back the [...]
If you are a UK tax payer who has paid either Income or Capital Gains tax in the current financial year, then you are eligible for Gift Aid. If you stop paying tax at any point, you need to let [...]
Most likely yes. However, if your donations are more than four times the amount that you have paid in tax in the current financial year, then they won’t qualify for Gift Aid.
From April 2016, anyone earning above £11,000 per financial year will pay income tax. If your income is below this then you can’t claim Gift Aid on your donations.
As a higher rate taxpayer you can claim the difference between the basic rate of tax on your donation (25%) and the higher rate of income tax you pay. You either do this through your Self-Assessment tax return, or by [...]
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Yes. We use PayPal to process our one-off donations. Paypal is used by millions of businesses and customers across the world. PayPal protects your financial information and ensures industry leading fraud and security measures with the latest data encryption and [...]