Gift Aid

What is Gift Aid.

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Water Survival Box - Donations


All donations go directly towards the purchase of  Water-Survival Boxes and the transportation to wherever they are needed.  All items are new and are filled with contents  tailored to suit the disaster locations.

Donations Form Part 1
.pdf 200Kb
Donations Form Part 2


  Donate Online   

Cheques should be made out to:-


and sent to:


Westfield Business Centre

32 Second Avenue,

Westfield Industrial Estate,   

Midsomer Norton,


Bath BA3 4BH



Gift Aid

Why not gift aid your donation?

Gift Aid allows individuals who are subject to UK income tax, to complete a simple, short declaration that they are a UK taxpayer. Any cash donations that the taxpayer makes to the charity after making a declaration are treated as being made after deduction of income tax at the basic rate (22% in 2006/7), and the charity can reclaim the basic rate income tax paid on the gift from, the Inland Revenue. For a basic-rate taxpayer, this adds approximately 28% to the value of any gift made under Gift Aid. Higher-rate taxpayers can claim income tax relief, above and beyond the amount claimed directly by the charities.

Gift Aid Calculator

Proposed Donation:

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Full Value with Gift Aid:

But if you pay a higher tax rate of 40%
then you may reclaim higher rate relief of: