Please can you help us – There are lots of ways to donate…
- Donate now via our JustGiving page:
- Donate now via our Virginmoneygiving page:
- If you would like to make a donation in memory of someone, through JustGiving, please leave your name and contact details, so we can acknowledge your donation thank you.
- Send a cheque payable to Shipston Home Nursing to:
Rebecca Mawle, Lower Farm Barn, Great Wolford, CV36 5NQ.
Tel: 01608 674929 or 07940 716345
- Contact our Treasurer Christopher Owen, at:
Wheelwright Cottage, Cherington, Shipston on Stour, CV36 5HS Tel: 01608 686547
- Download, complete and post our donation form
- Make a gift or set up a legacy or covenant in the memory of a family member or friend.
- Your business can sponsor a nurse for a day or you and your colleagues could hold an event in the workplace to raise money for us.
- If you belong to a club or society they may wish to raise money from participating in a sponsored sporting event or holding a raffle or collection at a club meeting.
- You can volunteer your time to help us for an hour or day at one of our many fundraising events throughout the year.
- You can set up a friends group in your village or neighbourhood and support us through a variety of events and activities raising much needed funds for SHN.
Please read the following HMRC rules regarding Gift Aid
Payments that don’t qualify for Gift Aid
- Donations of money from a company.
- Donations in the form of a loan waiver or dept conversion – for example an individual may lend money to your charity or CASC and then, at a later date, agree that it does not have to be paid back – this is not a gift of money it is the waiver of a loan.
- Gifts made on behalf of other people for example a membership subscription paid on behalf of somebody else – this is a gift of membership from the payer to the member not a gift made to the charity or CASC.
- Gifts that come with a condition about repayment.
- Gifts with a condition that the charity buys goods or services from the donor.
- Payments received in return for goods or services – these are not gifts – for example payment for admission to a concert, payment for a raffle ticket, an entrance fee for an adventure challenge event etc.
- A ‘minimum donation’ where there is no choice about payment – this is simply a fee for goods or services, it is not a gift.
- Gifts made using ‘charity vouchers’ or ‘charity cheques’
- Donations received before the date that HMRC accepts your organisation as a CASC or a charity for tax purposes