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Donation details

The sum I am transferring to HELP's account is or is equivalent to*:

£ (Sterling) []

For UK tax payers

Using Gift Aid means that for every pound you give, we get an extra 28 pence from the Inland Revenue, helping your donation go significantly further. So £10 can be turned into £12.80 through Gift Aid.

I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year it is my responsibility to pay any difference. I want to Gift Aid my donation and any donations I make in the future or have made in the past 4 years: Yes

Payment methods

Your choice of payment method will depend on whether you are sending money from inside or outside the UK, and whether you want to pay monthly or annually. To see a matrix that can help you decide how to pay .

PayPal

Credit card

Bank Transfer

Cheques/Checks

Advantages
  • A PayPal account is easy to open if you haven’t already got one (but you need to do this directly with PayPal, and upload money into that account, before you attempt to make your donation via this website).
  • You can pay by credit card via the PayPal website (in which case you don’t need to set up a PayPal account.)
  • There are no charges for donations using a UK bank account
  • Many people still like using cheques!
  • There is no charge for people using UK bank accounts.
Disadvantages
  • PayPal always deducts a fee from your payment so we don’t get the full amount. If you want HELP to receive the full amount you intend to donate then you will need to add the value of the PayPal charge to the amount that you send.
  • As for PayPal payments
  • There is a charge for international payments at both ends of the transaction. If you want HELP to receive the full amount you intend to donate, then you will need to instruct your bank that you will bear all charges.
  • We are charged a fee for processing a cheque drawn on a non-UK account.
  • They are cumbersome for us to process.
Conclusion

PayPal is a particularly good option if you live outside the UK.

This is another good option if you live outside the UK.

Bank transfers are particularly good for those with UK bank accounts.

If you like using cheques, feel free to use them!

How to use this method?

Select Paypal below

You will be taken straight to the PayPal site as soon as you click on the Donate button at the bottom of this page.

Select Credit card below

You will be taken straight to the PayPal site as soon as you click on the Donate button at the bottom of this page.

Select Bank transfer below

After clicking on the Donate button at the bottom of this page, ask your bank to make the payment giving them the HELP account details. Please do this as soon as possible after sending us your details.

(N.B. Our online form does not activate the payment)

Select Cheque below

After clicking on the Donate button at the bottom of this page, send us a cheque in the post. Please do this as soon as possible after sending us your details.

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Volunteering with HELP offers all the good things of working with a small, personal organisation: in-depth local knowledge from the HELP organisers, and the feeling that one is doing something for the first time.
Daniel CookAlgarah School