Donating to Cardiac Rehab
Whenever possible we ask those who donate money to Cardiac Rehab to take advantage of Gift Aid. Using Gift Aid means that, for every pound that you donate, we can claim an extra 25p from HM Revenue & Customs, helping your donation go further. It doesn't cost you a thing and, if you are a higher rate taxpayer, you will be able to claim a further refund on your tax self-assessment form.
There are a variety of ways you can make a donation:
Making a one-off donation
Use the giving tool on this website – it’s the quickest and easiest way of giving!
Making a regular monthly or annual donation
Please download and complete a Deed of Covenant and Bankers' Order Form and (if you are a UK taxpayer) a Gift Aid Declaration, and post them to our head office address. We will then make the arrangements with your bank.
Give As You Earn
Donations in memory of a loved one
Supporters frequently ask family and friends for donations to charity in place of flowers or other gifts at a funeral. If you wish, your funeral director will be happy to collect the donations on your behalf and forward them to us.
Donations at times of celebration
Don't want lots of unnecessary gifts from your family and friends on your birthday or anniversary? Instead you could ask them to donate the cash equivalent to Cardiac Rehab. If appropriate you can also have them complete a Gift Aid Declaration to accompany their donation.
Donate to us any unwanted shares or unit trusts
There are special ways of doing these - please contact us for more information.
Leaving a lasting Legacy
Leaving a legacy or gift to Cardiac Rehab in your Will, could significantly help our ongoing work and continue to make a difference to the lives of cardiac patients. Legacies are an invaluable source of income for the Charity. It is advisable that for drafting a new Will, or for making an alteration to an existing one, you should contact your solicitor who will also be able to advise you on other ways of leaving gifts to the charity. Find out more about leaving a legacy in your will.