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Resulting from the austerity cuts to funding in 2010, community organisations have had to focus more attention to acquiring long-term funding support without dependence on their Local Authority since the public purse isn't big enough to meet all the current and growing needs of Britain.

In order to do this, we, like all other service providers, need your help and every little helps. You can support our work in one of the following ways:

1.     Making a one-off donation;

2.     Setting up a monthly contribution,

3.     Adding the organisation to your Will to receive a legacy upon your passing or

4.     By making a contribution in honor of a loved one.

Our continued work could make a tremendous difference to you, a loved one or to someone you know at some point in the future.


Make a Donation

Thank you for opting to support our work. You can...

  1. By BANK TRANSFER

If you’d like to make a transfer directly from your bank to ours, or donate money directly to our bank, that would be great. Please let us know if you do this (unless you want to be kept anonymous!) so that we can keep a track of donations and collect gift aid where appropriate . Please use the following details:

Bank: HSBC
Account name: Topcare Network
Sort code:
Account number:

Just so we know which service/project you are supporting, please do one of the following:

  • For Charisma Plus              - use CFSS14
  • For Link Up                        - use LUAC14
  • For General Support           - use TCNF14

 

        2.  By Cheque

Please make your donation payable to Topcare Network. You may also write one of the identifying codes above on the back of the cheque if you wish to contribute to a specific service.

Then send your cheque to TCN, c/o Praise House, 145-151 London Road, Croydon CR0 2RG



NOTE: Please Gift Aid your donation

Fundraising can be boosted by about 25% when a Charity claims Gift Aid on qualifying donations.

If you pay tax, Gift Aid is a scheme by which you can give a sum of money to charity and the charity can reclaim from the Inland Revenue basic rate tax on your gift.

Gift Aid increases the value of the gift you make to the charity, for example, if you gave £10, with Gift Aid in the tax year 2011/2012, that gift is worth £12.50 to the charity from the Chancellor's purse - not yours.

You can make payments by cash, cheque, postal order, direct debit, standing order, debit or credit card or even in a foreign currency (including the euro).

HMRC Talks About Gift Aid


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