Radio 4 Appeal Fund

Sometimes listeners wish to support all our Radio 4 Appeal charities. If you wish to, you can do so by making a one-off or regular gift to the Radio 4 Appeal Fund which is then shared between them. The Radio 4 Appeal Fund is run by the Charities Trust, registered charity number 327489, which receives and then sends on donations to the charities that have been chosen to be part of the Radio 4 Appeal.

Charities Trust can claim Gift Aid on eligible donations. If you are a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid increases the value of your eligible donations by allowing charities to reclaim the basic rate of tax on your gift at no extra cost to you. That’s an additional 25p for every £1 you give. There is a small administration cost applied by Charities Trust for managing the Radio 4 Appeal Fund, which is taken from the overall Gift Aid it receives wherever possible. 

Download this form to make a one off donation to the fund via cheque.

Or download this form to set up a standing order. 

If you are a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid increases the value of your charity donations by allowing charities to reclaim the basic rate of tax on your gift at no extra cost to you. That’s an additional 25p for every £1 you give. If you are a higher or additional rate taxpayer, you can claim the difference between the rate you pay and the basic tax rate on your donation. This can be done either through your Self Assessment tax return or by asking HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to amend your tax code. In order to claim Gift Aid, download this form. Find out more about Gift Aid.

Thank you so much to all of our listeners who have chosen to donate in this way. Please have a look at our Totals Page to see how much charities have raised in 2017/18. If you want to read about the impact your donations are making, please click on the highlighted amount.

If you would like to consider the Radio 4 Appeal Fund in your will, please contact the Charity Appeals Unit. 

 

  • Cord Radio 4 Appeal

    Cord Radio 4 Appeal

    The charity Cord had a Radio 4 Appeal in July 2012. They reflect on the impact it had.

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