Gift Aid allows charities to reclaim tax paid on donations from individuals. At the present rate of tax, a £10
donation is increased by £2.50. All that is required is for an individual to be a UK taxpayer and to have paid
at least as much tax as the charity reclaims on their gifts in a year. Try the
calculator here to show how
much extra we can reclaim on your gifts to Christ church.
You can find a Gift Aid declaration form here - It will
authorise us to reclaim tax on your gifts to Christ Church. This only has to be done once. Return the completed
form to Stephen Grosvenor Gift Aid Secretary at the address on the form.
Anyone who has paid enough income tax or capital gains tax in the current financial year to cover the amount
we have reclaimed. So, if you give £100 you need to have paid at least £25 in income tax or capital gains tax.
Use the Gift Aid calculator at the top of this page to calculate other amounts and see how much your gift can be
enhanced by a simple Gift Aid declaration.
Complete the simple declaration, giving your address details and sign an acknowledgement that you are aware of
the requirement to have paid enough tax. Return the completed form to Stephen Grosvenor – Gift Aid Secretary.
Decide which option you wish to use to give.
Christ church operates a Standing order scheme for regular giving and a white envelope scheme for occasional
giving. Standing orders can be set up by sending this completed form
to your bank. White envelopes are available at the rear of the church or by contacting the parish office. To gift aid
your gift you must put your name and address on the white envelope.
For more information contact our Gift Aid Secretary Stephen Grosvenor on 07885 217077 or by emailing him here.