If you're a UK tax payer you can Gift Aid your donations, making them worth 25 per cent more to us (25p for every £1), at no extra cost to you.
Income from Gift Aid really does make a big difference to the on-going work of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, so please don't forget to complete a valid Gift Aid Declaration:
If you are a higher-rate tax payer you can also claim additional tax relief.
For higher rate tax payers (paying at 40%) this works out as 25p for every £1 you donate and for the highest rate tax payers (paying tax at 50%) this works out as 37.5p for every £1 donated.
What we need to claim Gift Aid on your donation
Your full name and home address.
A signed and dated Gift Aid Declaration.
A donation made from a personal bank or building society account.
We can't claim Gift Aid on donations from corporate accounts.
You must be paying income tax or capital gains tax equal (or in excess of) to the amount the Royal Hospital Chelsea will claim in the appropriate tax year.
You only need to complete the Declaration Form once, but we can then claim Gift Aid on all your donations in the last 4 years as well as on all future gifts.
Please let us know if you stop paying tax, or if you change your name/address so that we can update our records.
One off donation
which could fund a specialist drinking mug to help those who have suffered a stroke
which could fund one member of nursing staff for 1 hour in our care home, The Margaret Thatcher Infirmary
which could fund a pottery session as well as a ‘keep active’ class for our residents
which could buy two TENS machines to help with pain management for those in need