Gift Aid Your Donations
Gift Aid means that for every £1 you donate we can claim an extra 25p of tax, at no extra cost to you. All you need to do is complete the form below.
You only need to complete this form once and it will cover donations you have made in the past four years to us, as well as any future donations. More details in our FAQs below
Gift Aid Declaration
Gift Aid FAQs
Gift Aid is a government scheme that allows charities to reclaim the tax that you have already paid on your donations.
For every donation you give, we get an extra 25% from the government. So if you give £4, we can get an additional £1. A £20 gift will be worth £25 – with the extra £5 coming from the government. It also counts for donations you’ve made in the past, up to four years ago.
No. Gift Aid is taken from tax you’ve already paid, so there’s no charge to you. It doesn’t affect your tax status either.
You are eligible if you are a UK tax payer and the total tax you pay in that tax year is at least equal to the amount we can reclaim on your donations.
Simply, fill in the form above so that we have a Gift Aid declaration from you.
There is no extra paperwork – we deal with the tax office to reclaim the tax. All we need is your form. The declaration gives us authority to reclaim tax from HMRC on your donations.
No. You only have to complete the form above once.
Your Gift Aid status will be saved for the next time you donate and it will also cover all donations you have made to us in the past 4 years.
Your Gift Aid declaration (form above) will cover donations you have made in the past four years to us, as well as all your future donations.
Please let us know if any of your circumstances change so that we can keep your record up-to-date.
Send us an email with your details to: [email protected]
You can cancel your declaration at any time by sending an email with your details to: [email protected]
Simply inform us that you are no longer a UK taxpayer, and we will stop reclaiming tax on your donations immediately.
The Gift Aid scheme is unique to the UK. If you are not a UK taxpayer, you can still make a donation but your donation will not be eligible for Gift Aid.