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UPDATE FROM FRASER: Oxfam, ever adept with the telephones, called me on my personal mobile last night to say that Mary signed a Gift Aid form when donating books two years ago. She had forgotten.
Adding it all up. Oxfam currently only has 600,000 people signed up to the Tag Your Bag Gift Aid scheme. But Nectar has nearly 19 million cardholders that could benefit from the new partnership - so if everyone got involved Oxfam could get a massive boost in donations and consequently boost the money it is able to raise. More on shopping: The.
HMRC updates gift aid rules. 5th Nov 2015. 12 comments. Nick Huber. Freelance journalist. Share this content. Charity shops must be clearer about the tax implications of buying their products, HMRC has said in new guidance on donations to charity. The guidance notes explain how the tax system operates for charities, including how to set up and run a charity. A gift aid donation is treated as.
Paul Valentin has overall responsibility for Christian Aid's programme strategy, implementation and quality in all its development and relief work worldwide, through a London and Nairobi-based senior management team and a global network of around 400 staff in 25 devolved offices. He has been with Christian Aid since 2004. A tropical agriculturist by training, Paul Valentin has worked in.