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Gift Aid

If you are a UK taxpayer, your gift can be increased by 25% under the Gift Aid scheme at no cost to you.

We can claim back the tax on your donation, from the Inland Revenue.

Donations made under the Gift Aid scheme are worth an additional 25% – so for every £10 you donate, The Grange receives £12.50.

Please note: you must pay an amount of income tax or capital gains tax at least equal to the tax that will be reclaimed on all donations made by you to all charities or Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) in the tax year. VAT and Council Tax do not count.

Can I make my Gift Aid declaration online?

If you make a donation through our website, please tick the Gift Aid box under your donation amount to enable us to claim the tax back.

What if I send my donation through the post?

Please download and print out this Gift Aid Declaration Form. Send it back to: Marion Chow, Fundraising & PR Coordinator, The Grange, Bookham, Surrey, KT23 4DZ or scan and email to marion.chow@grangecentre.org.uk

What if I don’t pay tax?

If you do not pay tax please email us at marion.chow@grangecentre.org.uk or call on Marion on  01372 455231 so that we can make a note on our records.

NB: iI you are retired, you may still be paying tax on savings or on a private pension plan.

What if I pay a higher rate of tax?

The Grange will be able to claim the tax back only at the basic rate. However,  when you complete your Self Assessment form, you may like to nominate The Grange to receive the extra 20%. See: www.gov.uk/personal-tax/self-assessment

What if my circumstances change?

If you no longer pay enough tax to qualify for Gift Aid, please let us know so that we can update our records.

 

If you are a higher rate tax payer, The Grange can only claim the basic rate of tax on your donation. However, you are able to reclaim the difference between the amount we reclaim and the 40% you pay through your tax return. You may choose to donate it to The Grange by adding this information on your self-assessment form when including details of your charitable giving.