Maximise your donation
You are a taxpayer if you receive a wage or salary, if you have taxable savings, a private pension or if you have paid capital gains on the sale of property or shares.
We are able to reclaim 25p for every £1 donated from the government at no extra cost to you.
Gift Aid Declaration
There are 2 ways to complete a Gift Aid Declaration to let us know you're eligible:
- Complete our online form by clicking here or
- Download a Gift Aid Certificate below, complete it and post it to us at the address on the top of the form.
Gift Aid Certificate - DOCX
If you are a UK Tax Payer, please use this form to let us know so we can claim Gift Aid tax relief of 25p on every pound you give at no extra cost to you.
Gift Aid Certificate for multiple donations - DOCX
If you have held an event and asked people for voluntary donations, or they have given a donation on top of an event ticket/entry price, you can use this form to collect their details so we can Gift Aid their donation.
Higher rate taxpayers
If you are a higher rate taxpayer, you can also claim the difference between the basic rate of tax and your highest rate and either keep this relief or donate it back to The Brain Tumour Charity. You can reclaim the money through your self-assessment tax return; just visit HMRC for the relevant form.
If you do not complete a self-assessment form, you can contact your local tax office and reclaim the tax from the donation using the P810 form. Whichever form you use, please quote The Brain Tumour Charity reference code MAC06EG in the space provided on the 'Giving your tax repayment to charity' form that comes with your tax return to allow us to benefit from the tax relief.