One way to leave a donation is in your will. It is important to have a will to ensure that you leave your possessions to the people you love, but despite this, a surprisingly high number of people never make a will because they think it is complicated.
To help there is a free complete guide to making a will developed by Remember a Charity In Your Will. You can download here:
Many people chose to remember their favourite charities by leaving a gift in their will. If you plan to make a new will, then all you need to do is include the Anticoagulation UK name, address:
(PO Box 405, Bromley, BR2 9WP)and registered charity number:
(1090250)stating the amount.
If you want to leave a gift to ACUK but have already made a will, the simpliest way is to add a codicil document which includes a simple amendment or addition.
For further information about this go to https://www.gov.uk/make-will/overview
We all know how difficult it is when we lose a loved one. One way in which we can acknowledge their passing is a positive way is to make a donation in memoriam, often this will be in lieu of flowers.
If you are making funeral arrangements, you need to provide your funeral director with contact information for the charity and details of how to donate can be included in the order of service. Some people now chose to set up an In memory fundraising page on facebook to share funeral arrangements and charity of choice for donations. If you decide to donate to ACUK, please get in touch or ask your funeral director to contact us and we can provide information about the charity for referencing purposes.
We know how important it is to acknowledge any donations made in memory of others. We can respond to individual donors to thank them personally if we have their contact details. We will send a thank you letter to the deceased representatives approximately 3-4 months after the funeral showing the total of the donations received which can then be shared with friends and family. ACUK can also acknowledge the passing of the person in their magazine and on the website if this meets with the family’s wishes.
For more information email: email@example.com
Want to make a regular tax efficient donation through your salary, then ask your employer if they operate a payroll giving scheme and simply donate a sum each month to be taken directly from you salary.
The benefits here are for every £1.00 you pledge, you actually only pay £0.78p due to efficient tax saving.
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Gift Aid gives us an extra £0.25p for every £1 you donate.
Gift Aid is an income tax relief designed to benefit charities. If you're a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid increases the value of your charity donations by 25% because the charity can reclaim the basic rate of tax on your gift at no extra cost to you.
Send cheques made payable to:
PO Box 405
Call us on 0208 2896875 to talk through options on how to donate or get assistance.