Gift Aid declaration

Gift Aid declaration

Increase the value of your donations at no extra cost.

Gift Aid – It only takes two minutes.

If you’re able to sign a Gift Aid declaration today, we can claim an extra 25p for each £1 you’ve already paid on your previous donations in the past 4 years. And it won’t cost you anything extra.

In 2020 we raised over £150,000 from Gift Aid. That’s enough funding for up to 10,000 trees on Baronsdown, our wildlife sanctuary that provides many animals with warmth, shelter and, most importantly, protection from the daily threat of cruel sports.

Gift Aid really can make a difference, so please make your declaration today.

GIFT AID

You’re protecting animals from persecution when you make a Gift Aid declaration. Sign this declaration to enable us to claim back the tax you’ve already paid on your previous donations.

Gift Aid is reclaimed by the League Against Cruel Sports from the tax you pay for the current tax year. Your address, first name (or initial) and surname are needed to identify you as a current UK taxpayer. *

By choosing to Gift Aid your donation, you declare that you are a UK Taxpayer and understand that if you pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all your donations in that tax year it is your responsibility to pay any difference.

Please remember to let us know if your tax status, name or address change or if you wish to cancel your Gift Aid declaration.

   

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