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Gift Aid


What is Gift Aid?

The quick answer is that it is a way of getting the government to give us some money. Of course, like everything else with the government, there are conditions that have to be met.


The first condition is that the Scout Group has to be registered wiyth the Charity Commission. It is: -


The registered name is - The Scout Association

The registered number is - 306101


The second condition is that the Scout Group can only claim against a child's subscriptions or other donations (all called donations for the purpose of Gift Aid) if their parents or guardians have sent a form (Declaration) to the Scout Group confirming that they wish the Group to make that claim.


The third condition is that the parent or guardian has to be a taxpayer and have paid Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax at least equal to the tax that the Scout Group can reclaim on your donations in the appropriate tax year.


How much can the Scout Group claim?

For every 1 that you give to the Scout Group we can reclaim 25p from HM Revenue and Customs.


How much does it cost you?

Nothing, other than a few minutes of your time to complete the Declaration form below. In fact, if you you pay tax at the higher rate you can claim further tax relief on your Self Assessment Tax Return by quoting our Charity number.


How do I set all this up?

Easy! Just click on the Online Gift Aid Form button below and enter your details. We'll do the rest.



Gift Aid Contact Form




The government Gift Aid web site

If you would like to read the official government blurb on Gift Aid please follow the link below: -


www.hmrc.gov.uk/charities/gift_aid/index.htm



Notes
1. You can cancel your Declaration at any time by notifying the Scout Group - You can use the Contact Us page to do this.
2. If in the future your circumstances change and you no longer pay tax on your income and/or capital gains equal to the tax that the Scout Group reclaims, you can cancel your Declaration.
3. If you pay tax at the higher rate you can claim further tax relief in your Self Assessment Tax Return by quoting our Charity number.
4. If you are unsure whether your donations qualify for Gift Aid tax relief ask the Scout Group or refer to help sheet IR65 on the HMRC web site - www.hmrc.gov.uk
5. Please notify the Scout Group if you change your name or address.




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