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Whilst we gratefully receive donations to our charity we also encourage people to pro-actively fundraise.
Staff, patients, carers and their families work very hard each year to raise money for our Charitable Funds.
We’ve had summer fairs, Christmas raffles, a 10k run and much, much more.
We ensure that the money raised is spent locally and with great care to maximize the benefits to our patients.
If you would like to help with fundraising for us then please contact our friendly and helpful staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01522 308686. Alternatively you can write to us at:
Under Gift Aid, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) will usually top up every £1 given to a charity with 25p. So Charitable Funds could receive an extra £250 for every £1,000 you donate with no extra expense to you or your sponsors.*
For donations to be eligible for Gift Aid, the donor needs to be a UK taxpayer and have paid an equal amount in income/capital gains tax. This means, for us to claim £2.50 on a £10 donation, the sponsor must have paid at least £2.50 in tax. Gift Aid cannot be claimed on company donations or collections from other people.
To allow us to claim this much-needed additional income, you or your sponsors must:
For more information about Gift Aid, please visit HMRC’s website: www.hmrc.gov.uk
* Please note that Gift Aid top-ups should not considered as part of your sponsorship target.