What is Gift Aid?
Gift Aid is a government scheme that allows charities to increase the value of the donations made by reclaiming the basic rate tax that has been paid on the gift.
Right now, from the government, we can claim an additional 25% for every £1 you donate. So, if you donate £100, the government will give us an additional £25 at no cost to our donor! This could be the difference between a child who gets to eat and a child who goes hungry.
Can I give Gift Aid?
To qualify for a Gift Aid donation, you need to be a UK taxpayer and have paid enough tax to cover the amount of tax reclaimed by all charities on all your donations for each tax year (6th April-6th April).
Council tax and VAT do not count, nor do any non-UK taxes.
How can I give Gift Aid?
Fill in our form and give your Gift Aid today!