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Gift Aid

Gift Aid increases the value of donations to charities like Action Duchenne by allowing us to reclaim basic rate tax on your gift. If you pay higher rate tax you can claim extra relief on your donations. If you claim higher Personal Allowances or tax credits, Gift Aid donations can sometimes increase your entitlement. 

Adding Gift Aid to your donations is simple – download and fill in one of the forms below and either return it by post or email it to rujeena@actionduchenne.org.  We can then claim an extra 25p on every £1 that you donate. This is taken from tax you have already paid – there is no additional cost to you.

 

Gift Aid declaration for single donation – this form allows you to add Gift Aid to a one off donation

 

Gift Aid declaration – this form allows you to gift aid current, future and even backdate Gift Aid up to 4 years.

 

Gift Aid Envelopes – If you are putting on a fundraising event for Action Duchenne please ask your guests to make their donations in Gift Aid envelopes so we can claim Gift Aid. Please email rujeena@actionduchenne.org to order them.

 

 

 

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