Donate today and help us fight extreme poverty.
We are very grateful for your support. Please help us help the poor by making a donation to ISAAR TRUST. Every penny counts so please donate generously.
Donate On-Line Donate easily, quickly and safely 24/7 by Credit or Debit Card via secure donations. Help the needy by clicking on the yellow ‘Donate To Isaar Trust’ button opposite on LHS.
Donate through Isaar Trust just giving website
Donate through our new Isaar Trust Just Giving website and you can automatically increase your donation by selecting the gift aid option. It is a very simple and easy way to make a one-off or regular donation.
Our Link on JustGiving Website is :-
Donate by Post with Cheque or Postal Order
Donating by post couldn’t be easier than sending a Cheque or Postal Order to the addresses below.
Please send UK Sterling Cheques made payable to Isaar Trust along with the gift aid form to the following postal address:-
54 Gilnow Road,
Donate Regularly by Standing Order
You can donate regularly to Isaar Trust by setting up a standing order with your bank. This allows you to be in control of how much money you wish to donate and the frequency of the payment. By donating regularly you can help fight extreme poverty at a greater rate.
Set up a standing order with Isaar Trust at:
• Royal Bank of Scotland, Bolton. England.
• Sort Code: 16-00-06 Account Number: 10974708
For International Transactions :-
• IBAN: GB20RBOS16000610974708
• SWIFT CODE (BIC): RBOSGB2L
Please email us for a Standing Order Form
Donate Gift Aid
Please contact us for a Gift Aid Form. If you are a UK Tax-payer, we can claim 25% on top of your donation from the HM Revenue & Customs. This means that for every £1 you donate, Isaar Trust can claim an extra 25p from the government. For further information about Gift Aid, please go to HMRC website www.hmrc.gov.uk
Donating by Cheque or Postal Order?
If you send us a Cheque or Postal Order please include the Gift Aid form and allow us to claim an extra 25% on your donations.
Donations by Credit or Debit Card?
If you are making an On-line donation by Credit or Debit card, please look for the Gift Aid field on the form and indicate ‘Yes’. By indicating Yes, you are declaring you are a UK Tax payer (for the current year) and you have paid (or are going to pay) the government more tax throughout the year than we are claiming back. If you have donated £10, for example, and have indicated that you would like us to claim back the tax, we can claim £2.50 from the government. You must therefore, be sure that you have paid (or will pay) more than £2.50 in Income or Capital Gains Tax for that the tax year.
Direct Bank Transfer
You may transfer money direct into our Donations Account at:
- Royal Bank of Scotland, Bolton. England.
- Sort Code: 16-00-06
- Account Number: 10974708
For International Transactions :-
- IBAN: GB20RBOS16000610974708
- SWIFT CODE (BIC): RBOSGB2L
Please use the name of your chosen project and country as reference for your payment. Please note that receipts cannot be issued for donations made via bank transfer unless we are informed separately by email/post of your donation.
GAY: Give As You Earn – GAYE is the UK’s largest payroll giving scheme
How does it work?
With Give As You Earn, the UK’s largest payroll giving scheme, you can give directly from your pre-tax salary, so money that would normally go to the taxman goes to charity instead. You just decide how much you want to give each month – it could be a couple of pounds, or hundreds or thousands – and who you want to give it to. Then your donation comes out of your pay packet before the taxman touches it.
What are the benefits?
You benefit because you don’t pay any tax on the donations you make. If you’re a basic rate taxpayer, a gift of £6.41 only actually costs you £5 – so you can pass the tax relief on to Isaar Trust and the millions of people we help.
How do I give?
Give As You Earn is incredibly flexible – you can give as much or as little as you like and change how you give. To join Give As You Earn your employer will need to be running a scheme. Find out if your employer offers Give As You Earn, or ask us to contact them if they don’t.
In-kind donations are those donations that are done in goods and services rather than money. Sometimes it is not cash you give, but some other valuable. The most obvious one would be the services of a professional. A lawyer might donate his time to assist in the filing of incorporation papers for a non-profit corporation. A doctor might volunteer to do screening examinations or flu shots. Or a carpenter might build something for a local charity. These are sometimes the most valuable sorts of donations. A cash gift is nice, of course; but the organization saves twice when it saves all the bookkeeping and paperwork involved in disbursing that cash in accordance with their charter.
The in-kind donation is a simpler and more human one.
A donation in kind is where a product, equipment or capacity of a business is donated to a charitable cause (usually local). This can vary from imperfect stock, to spare or overproduced stock, old equipment, low cost office space or spare transport capacity.
This can help save the need to throw away or clear out items at low prices; whilst helping good causes. This type of donation usually requires more thought than a financial donation, but can be extremely useful to good causes at little cost to your business. It is important however to check with the charity or scheme that your donations are needed.
There are some organizations that collect donations of new goods, and distribute them to worthwhile causes; if you are unsure of a cause to donate to, these could help see your contributions are given to those who will benefit.
Examples of Donations In-Kind:
- A business upgrades its computer systems, and donates the old computers and printers to a charity collection organisation.
- A sandwich makers often ends up with spare products and a number of items that are slightly imperfect; and offers these to the local homeless shelter at the end of each day, rather than throwing them away.
- A toy manufacturer produces a number of items with minor cosmetic flaws; and donates these each month to a local children’s charity.
- A Nationwide Haulage Delivery company always has half empty Lorries on Fridays, and offers the spaces to charities that need to send goods between branches or to distant locations; saving them transport costs.
- A school, library or publisher has spare educational books after a recent upgrade, refurbishment and donates these to charities for export to developing countries.
Isaar Trust collects in-kind (new and gently used) items to help the poor and needy in South Asian countries and Africa, when need arises. We collect computers, books, journals, medical supplies, medical equipment, school and office furniture, toys, household items (dishes, pots and pans), clothes, jackets, shoes, etc.
For more information, please email us.
Inevitably and unavoidably within any organisation there will be some administration costs. By donating towards administration, you will be helping us maintain our unique 100% donations policy. The money will be used to cover costs for printing literature, bills, fundraising costs and other items needed to fulfill our activities. Currently, administration costs are covered through Business & Individual Sponsorships, Gift Aid and Recycling. Consequently, not a single penny is deducted from any of your donations. Any support you can provide would be most welcome.