Thank you for thinking of making a donation to support our work.
You can make a single or regular donation to Raise using Paypal. It’s simple, quick and secure. You can do this with your credit or debit card, or your Paypal account if you have one.
You can also make a quick, secure and simple online donation to our General Fund at https://www.justgiving.com/westhertfordshirenhs.
You do not have to pay any additional fee for this service.
If you donate online please say “yes” to the question about Gift aid if you are a UK taxpayer, which enhances your gift by 25%. You can learn more about Gift Aid below.
You can post a cheque payable to Raise to:
The Charity Director (Raise)
Room 1-16 Willow House
Watford General Hospital
If you are a UK taxpayer please download the Gift Aid Form and send it with your cheque so that we can claim the additional 25% in tax relief. You can learn more about Gift Aid below.
Donating in person
If you would like to make a donation in person or in cash please email email@example.com
Gift Aid (tax relief for charities)
When you give to charity, the tax you paid when you earned the money you are donating can be claimed back from HMRC by the charity. This means that a donation is increased in value by 25%. For example, if you donate £50.00, Raise can claim an additional £12.50!
It’s very simple – just tick the Gift Aid box on any online donation or on the paper Gift Aid Form and we reclaim the tax at no extra cost to you.
In addition, if you are a higher rate tax payer, you can claim the difference between the higher rate of 40% and the 20% basic rate on the total of your donation through your tax return.
We can claim Gift Aid on money for sponsored activities or on donations paid directly to the charity. However, please note that Gift Aid isn’t available on donations made on behalf of a group or a collection, on money from ticket sales for a raffle or an event, or on a donation from a company.
Raise can claim Gift Aid on your future donations if you register with us, we’ll tell you how it’s done.