Regular Donations

Ways to Donate

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Donation from Shipston Rugby Club in 2015

We are very reliant on the generosity of our local community, to be able to continue to help any patient and their family facing a life limiting illness in Shipston, Kineton, Wellesbourne and the surrounding area.
Regular gifts are vital because they provide a consistent source of income.

Some of the ways you can Donate:

  • Our Collection Boxes are located in many businesses in Shipston, Wellesbourne, Kineton and surrounding villages plus local medical centres, pubs and restaurants
  • Support The Restaurant Scheme when a £1 donation is added to your final bill
  • Sign up to our 100 Club with a chance to win a cash prize every month here
  • Make a donation in memory of someone, through JustGiving, please leave your name and contact details, so we can acknowledge your donation
  • Send a cheque payable to: Shipston Home Nursing to:
    Rebecca Mawle, Lower Farm Barn, Great Wolford, CV36 5NQ
    Tel: 01608 674929 or 07940 716345
  • Download, complete and post our donation form
  • Make a gift or set up a legacy or covenant in 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 who may wish to raise money from participating in a sponsored sporting event, holding a raffle or collection at a club meeting
  • Purchase any SHN merchandise, available from our Online Shop here or from many local businesses and the medical centres in Shipston, Kineton and Wellesbourne

Gift Aid

Donating through Gift Aid means we can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give and it will not cost you any extra.

We are able to claim Gift Aid on most donations, but some payments do not qualify.

To make a Gift Aid declaration for Shipston Home Nursing you will need to complete this form and you can include all donations from the last 4 years. Please tell us, about any tax years where you did not pay enough tax.

Paying enough tax to qualify for Gift Aid

Your donations will qualify as long as they’re not more than 4 times what you have paid in tax in that tax year (6 April to 5 April). The tax could have been paid on income or capital gains.

You must tell us if you stop paying enough tax.

Higher rate taxpayers

If you pay tax above the basic rate, you can claim the difference between the rate you pay and basic rate on your donation. It’s the same if you live in Scotland. Do this either:

Example: You donate £100 to charity – they claim Gift Aid to make your donation £125. If you pay 40% tax you can personally claim back £25.00 (£125 x 20%).

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