Regular giving.

In the past, the FSNBF has used the term 'Gift Aid' to relate to the income which is received on a regular basis from individuals, via payroll, pensions, Standing Order or Direct Debit. Research undertaken by the Charity has shown that this has led to some confusion with the Government's Gift Aid tax-back scheme, and so this has now been addressed. Income that is received from individuals on a regular basis will now be called 'Regular Giving'. The Charity will still be able to claim the 'Gift Aid' from Regular Giving donations (Gift Aid is the extra 28p in every 1 [pounds sterling] that charities are able to claim back from the Inland Revenue, from income such as regular or one-off donations, and sponsorship monies). …

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