With Gift Aid, you can boost your donation by 25% at no cost to you.
Give more with Gift Aid
If you’re a UK taxpayer, the charities you give to can reclaim the basic rate of tax you’ve already paid on your donation. This means that a £1 donation is worth £1.25 to the charity.
If you’re a higher rate taxpayer, you can also claim back the difference between higher rate and basic rate tax on the value of your donation. For a 40% rate taxpayer, that means for every £1 you donate, you can claim back 25p in tax relief.
Learn more about Gift Aid from HMRC
Download our Gift Aid Declaration form at the bottom of this page.
Give directly from your Salary
If your employer has a payroll giving scheme you can give directly to charity from your pay – before tax is deducted.
This means you get tax relief, depending on the rate of tax you pay. For example, if you’re a basic rate taxpayer, giving £1 would only cost you 8p.
Leave a Charitable Legacy
Leaving a gift in your will is a flexible, tax-effective way to do a final good thing for EAAA. For more information about leaving a gift in your Will please click here. visit our ‘gifts in wills’ page.
Give Land, Property and other Assets
Did you know that giving land and property direct to charity is exempt from Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax? You can even claim Income Tax relief on the value of the gift.