• Make a Regular Donation

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    Regular donations can cover school fees and tuition, usually paid once every three months. Other regular payments can include family support, to cover monthly household bills including rent, food, water, clothing, electricity and transport.

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  • Make a One Off Donation

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    Your donation, no matter how small, can make a difference to an orphan. Please send your cheque or make a cash payment at the bank, the Charity's account details are available here. If you are a UK tax payer, please Gift Aid your donation so that the Charity can claim tax paid on your donation

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  • Sponsor an African Orphan

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    Sponsoring an orphan by regular payments to cover basic needs (food, water, shelter and clothing) and education. School expenses include tuition fees, uniforms, stationary and transport. A child sponsorship form is completed where formal arrangements are in place

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  • Sponsor for HIV Medication

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    You can make regular donations for someone infected by the HIV virus to get treatment and get a regular supply of ARVs. A form is used where formal arrangements are in place

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  • Other Ways to Donate

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    Give as you earn also known as Payroll Giving is tax free. In kind Donations include donating materials such as clothing and computers, volunteering time for charity activities, and using personal skills for the Charity

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  • Gift Aid Explained

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    Gift Aid increases the value of donations to charities by allowing them to reclaim basic rate tax on your gift. Basic rate tax is 20 per cent, so this means that if you give £10 using Gift Aid, it’s worth £12.50 to the charity. In order to make a Gift Aid donation you’ll need to make a Gift Aid declaration

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