Donate to Music Alive

IMG_1181“I am a disabled musician. Music Alive has enabled me to express myself artistically and has improved my confidence no end. I am now in a band and about to release our first single. This would never have happened without Music Alive.” Dan McAleavy – Music Alive client.

To continue  ensuring that disabled people have access to music, we need donations from people such as yourself.  Your money will supplement the funds that we raise from charitable trusts and the money that people can afford to pay for their sessions.  Please be generous and help us make excellent opportunities in music available to all in the future.

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The Big Give

 Donate by Cheque/Postal Order or CAF voucher

Please fill in one of the following forms and bring it with with your cheque/postal order or CAF voucher to Highworth Community Centre or post it to us.

Music Alive Postal Donation Form .DOCX                      Music Alive Postal Donation Form .PDF

 

Regular Donations

It is particularly helpful if you would like to support Music Alive on a regular basis with a Direct Debit.  Please contact us for details of how to do this.

 

About Gift Aid

If you are a UK tax payer please do Gift-Aid your donation.

Gift Aid is a way for charities to increase the value of donations from UK taxpayers by claiming back the basic rate tax paid by the donor on the donation. It can increase the value of donations by a quarter at no extra cost to the donor. Gift Aid is worth nearly £1 billion a year to charities and their donors.

How it works

As a taxpayer, you’ll already have paid tax on any money you donate to charity.

When you donate, the charity will ask you whether you want to donate through Gift Aid – if you do, they’ll be able to claim back the tax you originally paid at the basic income tax rate of 20%.

Example

  • You earn £125 and £25 tax is deducted from this at the basic income tax rate of 20%.
  • This leaves you with £100. You then donate the £100 to charity through Gift Aid.
  • The charity can claim an extra £25 (the tax you paid at basic rate) from the government to make your total donation £125.

In order to make a Gift Aid donation you’ll need to make a Gift Aid declaration. The charity will normally ask you to complete a simple form – one form can cover every gift made to the same charity for whatever period you choose, and can cover gifts you have already made and/or gifts you may make in the future.

Gift aid declaration form DOCX

Gift aid declaration form PDF

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