If you are a registered tax payer, please tick the gift aid option after entering your donation amount. You can enter a one-off donation, or a recurring monthly amount, it’s up to you! If you have any questions about your donation please contact Helena.
You can send cheques made payable to “Prospect Burma” and addressed to:
Victoria Charity Centre, 11 Belgrave Road, London SW1V 1RB
Prospect Burma Account No 10019933
Royal Bank of Scotland plc, 50 – 54 High Street, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 1YZ
Sort Code 16-17-25
IBAN: GB07 RBOS1617 2510 0199 33
BIC RBOS GB 2L
Gift Aid will increase the value of your donation to “Prospect Burma” by allowing us to reclaim basic rate tax on your gift if you are a UK taxpayer. This means your gift can increase by nearly 25% at no extra cost! All you need to do is download the Gift Aid form below, fill it out and return it to Prospect Burma.
Please download the form here
Supporters in America can make donations to Prospect Burma by making cheques payable to “American Friends of Prospect Burma” which has US501c(3) status, and sending them to Zali Win, Treasurer, at PB Box 257, Accord, New York, 12404.
If you have shares which are uneconomic to sell, you may wish to consider donating them to ShareGift, the share donation charity.
ShareGift is an independent UK registered charity (No. 1052686) which specialises in releasing the money locked up in small shareholdings, but which can accept donations of any size. ShareGift works by collecting together small lots of shares until there are enough to sell and then donating the resulting proceeds to a wide range of charities. To date ShareGift has donated over £20million to more than 2,300 charities. ShareGift make their grants based upon suggestions from donors. You can help support Prospect Burma by donating any small shareholdings you may have to ShareGift, and mentioning that you supportus.
If you are a UK taxpayer, you can claim income tax relief on the value of most stocks and securities when you donate them to a charity. In addition, donating shares charitably gives rise to neither a gain nor a loss for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) purposes. For more information on ShareGift go to www.sharegift.org