If you are a UK taxpayer, you could add 25p to every £1 that you give to this parish at no cost to yourself enabling us to reclaim the tax that you have paid on your donation.
What is Gift Aid?
Gift Aid is a government scheme that allows your parish to reclaim the tax that you have paid on your donation. It works like this. If you are a taxpayer and you give £10 to your parish, you will have paid tax on that amount. Your parish can get £2.50 back with Gift Aid, so your donation of £10.00 would become £12.50 and it wouldn’t cost you an extra penny!
Here are some examples of how much extra money your parish could get in just one year.
|Weekly Amount Given||Total Amount Given after one Year||Extra Money From Gift Aid||Total Amount With Gift Aid|
How do I go about signing a Gift Aid Declaration?
There are two ways you can go about signing a Gift Aid Declaration. Contacting the Parish Administrator for a Gift Aid Declaration form (see details below). Alternatively you can download the forms below. When completed put the forms in an envelope marked Parish Administrator and drop it into the Parish Office.
Ask your Parish Administrator for a Gift Aid Form. It simply asks you to give your Name and Address and your consent so that all donations can be treated as Gift Aid Donations. You should sign and date the form.
Please click on the links below to download the relevant forms:
Parish Email: email@example.com
Tel: 01202 424960
If you would like to give a donation to the parish you can click on the button below and choose an amount to donate.