Donate

The club raises some of its funds through activities such as carol singing, sponsored events and serving refreshments to members of the public in the city centre, but donations are always welcome.

They will help us to keep our minibus running (and build up a fund towards its eventual replacement), and to subsidise some activities which would otherwise be too expensive for some of our members.

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You can donate online at BT mydonate. (https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/oxfordphabclub). Note that BT funds the site by 1% of BTs profits, so – unlike some giving sites they do not take a cut out of the donation, and if applicable we still receive the Gift Aid.

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Cheques made out to ‘Oxford Phab Club’, or cash put in our collecting tins, or sponsoring our members for a sponsored event are also welcome.

If you are eligible (a UK Tax Payer who has not exceeded their annual Gift Aid Allowance), then it helps our funds if, when donating by cheque or cash, you send a gift aid form with your donation.

The appropriate form for a single donation can be downloaded here. This should be linked from the HMRC page at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/gift-aid-declarations-claiming-tax-back-on-donations which also has links to forms for multiple donations.

Postal Donations should be sent to
The Treasurer
Oxford Phab Club
c/o Wesley Memorial Church
New Inn Hall Street
Oxford
OX1 2DH

 

You can also help us by signing up with easyfundraising and specifying ‘Oxford Phab’ as the cause you with to support. If you then buy items from the internet through their site it will not cost you any more, but a donation is made by the retailer, through easyfundraising, to Oxford Phab. The donation rates vary, though for amazon.co.uk it is 0.5%.

We are now registered with Amazon Smile, which gives 0.5% of the amount you spend via https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ to Oxford Phab. This may be easier to help you to make donations, as Amazon sometime redirects you to your https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ page.

Please note that you would have to buy goods worth £1,000 to make a £5 donation, so why not pop across to our MyDonate page and Donate  now.

 

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