Make your donation via Paypal.
Make your donation via Bank Transfer or by Cheque
Your donation will help us contribute to:
- Setting up the Summer Schools every year
- Promoting the Natural Aural Approach
- Hold Information Days
- our running costs
- maintain our community groups
Get the people that sponsor you to give tax effectively
If you are a UK taxpayer you can use Gift Aid to make your donation go further by telling HM Revenue and Customs to add tax that you have already paid to your donation. It doesn’t cost you anything more and it could mean that we could claim an extra 28p for each pound you give – this makes a huge difference to us.
Gift Aid means that
you can turn a £10
donation into a
£12.80 donation at
no extra cost.
How can you help?
Make sure the people who sponsor you fill your sponsorship-form in correctly. In order to claim the Gift Aid we need to know:
- 1st line of the home address
- Home postcode
- In addition the ‘Gift Aid’ box on the sponsorship for must be ticked
If sponsors provide a work address or department rather than a home address and postcode we are not able to claim Gift Aid.
People who do not pay UK tax should not tick the ‘Gift Aid’ box on the sponsorship form.
If sponsors pay tax at the higher rate, they can claim further tax relief via a self assessment tax return.
If you have any further questions about Gift Aid, or method of payments please contact us
DONATE BY CHEQUE
Made payable to ‘DELTA’
Post to us at DELTA
83 Sherwin Road
The Charity Administrator
Deaf Education through Listening and Talking
83 Sherwin Road
TAX-FREE PAYROLL GIVING
As a supporter of DELTA, you will know how hard we work to plan ahead in order to make best use of your donations. Through Payroll Giving, you can provide a regular, reliable income stream that allows us to budget, while benefiting you with generous tax relief.
How does it work?
Give to DELTA from your pay and you can get immediate tax relief. The donations are taken from your gross salary, reducing the amount of income tax that is deducted from your salary. For a basic rate taxpayer wanting to give a £10 donation, it will cost £7.80, or for a higher rate taxpayer just £6. Furthermore, many employers encourage the scheme by matching employees’ donations.
What do you need to do?
All you need to do is ask your payroll department to deduct regular charitable donations from your salary by filling out a simple application form, stating how much you would like to give and to which charities. Your donations will show on your payslip.
If your employer does not already have a Payroll Giving scheme in place, it’s quick and easy to set up and if your organisation has fewer than 500 employees it may be eligible for a grant of up to £500 just for signing up. The employer can chose to keep this grant or donate it to charity.
Employers simply sign a contract with a Payroll Giving Agency who will transmit donations on their behalf.
Payroll Giving is a great way for you to demonstrate commitment to the good causes that your employees care about. Quick and easy to set-up and administer, it can also aid retention and recruitment of staff, and enable you to generate a vital income stream to charities.
Employers with less than 500 staff will be rewarded with a grant of up to £500 just for setting up Payroll Giving before December 2006, and the first £10 of your employees’ gifts will be matched during the first six months of their donations.
For your employees, Payroll Giving is an easy way to give to their favourite charities, benefiting them with immediate tax relief. All they need to do is fill out an application form, stating how much they would like to give and to which charities. The system is easy to opt in and out of, giving donors control over their giving. From a charity’s perspective, payroll donations provide a vital and reliable income stream, allowing them to plan ahead and budget for the future.
Find Out More
To set up a Payroll Giving scheme, all you have to do is sign up with a Payroll Giving Agency who will transmit the donations on your behalf. All modern payroll systems can facilitate Payroll Giving. Your payroll staff will deduct the amount, as per any other pre-tax deduction (after National Insurance, but before tax) and forward it on to your Payroll Giving Agency, who will distribute the monies to your employees’ chosen charities. So don’t delay, make Payroll Giving available to your employees today.
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