GiftAid

Making a Donation?

Thank you for donating to The London and Slough Run. if you are a UK taxpayer, please consider maximising the value of your donation to us by completing our GiftAid declaration form, below.

Simply enter your full name, postcode and house name/number in the spaces below and then click the Submit button.

GiftAid. How does it work?

GiftAid can apply to donations of any amount, large or small, by cash, cheque, postal order, direct debit, standing order, debit or credit card or even in a foreign currency (including the euro).

If you are a UK taxpayer, all you have to do is complete the GiftAid declaration. The declaration should contain your full name and address, including your postcode, and the donations you wish to GiftAid – you can have it apply to all donations, or those from or made on a specific date.

One single GiftAid declaration can apply to all past donations you have made (since April 2000) and to all future donations you make.

As a higher rate taxpayer looking to reclaim tax from your donation, all you have to do is remember to include details of your charitable gifts on your tax form. Also, since April 2003, higher rate taxpayers are able to reclaim tax relief from donations paid to charity both during the previous tax year and during the current tax year, that means the relief is paid that much quicker.

Based on information from the Inland Revenue and The Giving Campaign. This page and other information of a tax-related nature on this site merely represent our understanding of the current tax situation and do not constitute legal documents. Consult your tax advisor to see how these issues affect you personally.