You can help shape the future of your healthcare in many ways, such as one-off donations by cheque, postal order or credit card payment (credit card hotline 0113 392 5202), or regular gifts such as setting up a monthly Standing Order.
Providing you are a UK Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax payer, we are able to reclaim basic rate Income Tax on all donations which can ultimately increase the value of your gift to us. This is known as Gift Aid. For every £100 you give, we can get a further £25 from the Government, which makes your £100 worth £125.
Alternatively you might like to remember us in your will. We can help with that as well.
Gift Aid is a policy that enables tax-effective giving by individuals to charities in the United Kingdom. If you are a tax payer, The Charitable Foundation can reclaim 25p (currently) from the Inland Revenue for every £1 donated to our charity - at no extra cost to you. DOWNLOAD A GIFT AID FORM
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Payroll Giving is a way for employees to make regular payments to a charity directly from their pay. People who receive their company/personal pension through PAYE (Pay As You Earn) can participate too.
Payments that employees make through a Payroll Giving Scheme are deducted from their pay before tax is deducted. This means that employees are given tax relief on their donation immediately - and at their highest rate of tax. DOWNLOAD A PAYROLL GIVING FORM
Please telephone Sarah Doig - Trust Funds Accountant on 0113 392 6120 for more information on setting up standing orders.
Please telephone 0113 392 5202 for donations by Credit Cards.
If you would prefer to carry out transactions via the post, cheques should be made payable to “LTH Charitable Foundation”.
If you are posting cheque payments or writing to us, use the following address:
Maria Booker Secretary to the Trustees
The Charitable Foundation Office
Leeds General Infirmary
Great George Street