You can make a donation to the UK Fund for Charities and recommend one of its International Programme members to receive a grant.
Or, you can tell us about a nonprofit organisation you would like to support and the UKFC will verify that they are a suitable organisation to receive grants.
UK taxpayers, regardless of residency or nationality, can make donations to the UK Fund under Gift Aid. Higher rate taxpayers should include all Gift Aided donations on their Self Assessment tax return in order to receive any tax relief due or they can donate this tax relief too. See Gift Aid for details.
Donors may wish to place funds into a Donor Account. This will enable them to give now and distribute funds later. Go to Donor Account for more information.
Start your own Fundraising Page so that your friends can support your fundraising efforts and donate to your chosen charity. Their donations will be added together and treated as one gift for grant retention purposes (see chart below).
Go to the UKFC’s page on the Pure Charity website to register your Event.
Go to their page on the Pure Charity website and donate directly to support their Good Cause.
Currently the administrative costs of the UKFC are under 2% of donations received. Where Gift Aid is applied the costs are more than covered by the Gift Aid reclaimed and costs are reduced on donations that don’t attract Gift Aid. See the retention scales below: