How to pay in your fundraising donation

There are many ways you can pay in your fundraising donation and support our work. For more information or to ask a question about your donation please contact navinder.kaur@chanceuk.com

 

Online fundraising

The easiest and safest way to collect the money is by creating an online fundraising page on which donations can be directly made – Chance UK is registered with both Just Giving and Virgin Money Giving so you can choose whichever you prefer.

Visit our Just Giving page to make a donation now:
https://www.justgiving.com/chanceuk

Go to www.virginmoneygiving.com and click on ‘Start Fundraising’. Search for the event you are taking part in or enter the details of your personal event, you will then be able to choose the charity you are fundraising for – search for Chance UK

Or complete this form and send it to us:

Chance UK Donation and Gift Aid Form(DOC 204KB)

 

Gift aid

Gift Aid is a simple and easy way for you to add to your fundraising total.  Chance UK can reclaim the tax on all donations through the Gift Aid Scheme, for no cost to the donor.  Currently we can claim 25p on every £1.

In order for us to claim Gift Aid, the donor must be a UK taxpayer and we need to have their consent, full name and full home address.

 

Payroll giving

Donating straight from your pay before tax through ‘Give As You Earn’ Scheme.

Visit www.cafonline.org for more information

Other information on payroll giving can also be found here:

Leaving a legacy

Family and Friends will of course be the first people you consider when planning your Will. If you would also like to leave a legacy to Chance UK it is imperative your Will is carefully worded, or properly amended, to ensure your wishes are observed appropriately. This should be done in consultation with your legal adviser.

Being named as a beneficiary in a supporter’s Will is a very serious responsibility. If you decide to include Chance UK in your Will, we promise to be good stewards of your donation and to give the appropriate respect to the donor and to the bereaved. Further information about legacies can be found at

www.hmrc.gov.uk/individuals/giving/will.htm