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Fundraising is vital to the delivery of our services in the community and donations will help us to develop new services in response to emerging community and individual needs. It is our goal to support the most disadvantaged and vulnerable in our community through developing opportunities in Education, Training, Housing and Employment

Please follow the link below to make a donation.

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Become a member

Help support the work of the Trust by becoming a member.
Complete the form and return it to us with your £1 fee.
For more information contact 01670 854422

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Make a Postal Donation

If you would like to make a postal donation, please send a cheque made payable to Ashington Community Development Trust to: Ashington Community Development Trust Unit 2 Central Arcade 16 Woodhorn Road Ashington Northumberland NE63 9AE

Are you a UK taxpayer?

Gift aid application formIf so, you can use Gift Aid to make your donation go further by telling HM Revenue and Customs to add tax already paid to your donation. It could mean an extra 25p for every pound that you give.

What is Gift Aid?
Gift Aid increases the value of all your charity donations allowing charities to reclaim basic rate tax on your gift. If you are paying higher rate tax you can claim extra relief on your donations. If you claim higher Personal Allowances or tax credits, Gift Aid donations can sometimes increase your entitlement.

How it works
For those who pay UK tax and give to charities (including voluntary contributions) the Gift Aid scheme is for you. Gift Aid donations are regarded as having basic rate tax deducted by the donor. Charities take your donation – which is money you’ve already paid tax on – and reclaim the basic rate tax from HMRC.  Basic rate tax is 20 percent, so this means that if you give £10 using Gift Aid, it’s worth £12.50 to the charity.

For your donations to be eligible for Gift Aid you must pay an amount of income tax and / or capital gains tax for each tax year (6 April one year to 5 April the following year) that is at least equal to the tax that all charities reclaim on your donations in the same year.

Keep a record
It is important that you keep a record of the total amount of your Gift Aid donations for each tax year as higher rate tax payers can reduce their tax bill.  If you complete a tax return you can tell HMRC about your Gift Aid donations by completing the section on Gift Aid payments. If you don’t complete a return, you can give the details on form P810 Tax Review – available from your Tax Office, or telephone the Tax Office and ask them to make a change to your tax code.

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