There are several ways you can become an integral part of providing character-based education to future generations.
PACT also accepts electronic transfers and cheques in pounds sterling.
Make cheques out to PACT Educational Trust Ltd and mail to:
PACT Educational Trust Limited.
The Cedars School
Alternatively, Contact Vanessa Middleton directly on:
Tel 020 8667 2297 or email email@example.com
From 6 April 2012, any estate which leaves at least 10% of its taxable wealth to a charitable cause will be able to take advantage of a reduced rate in Inheritance Tax, from its normal level of 40% down to 36%. What this means in practice is the benefit to a charitable cause will be four times greater than the cost to the estate’s beneficiary, as HMRC will shoulder the burden of 76 pence for every pound donated, whereas the estate pays only 24 pence.
For those people who are already planning to leave a legacy, the new rules result in a breakeven level of 4% (of taxable wealth) – ie, there is no greater cost to the beneficiary if the estate donates 4% or 10% of the taxable wealth to charity.
Please consider leaving a legacy to The BroadOak Bursary Fund
Donating through Gift Aid means charities can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give. It won’t cost you any extra.
Charities can claim Gift Aid on most donations, but some payments don’t qualify.
You need to make a Gift Aid declaration for the charity to claim. You usually do this by filling in a form – See the form available to download above.
You must give a separate declaration to each charity you want to donate to through Gift Aid.
You can include all donations from the last 4 years. Tell the charity about any tax years where you didn’t pay enough tax.
PACT Educational Trust and the BroadOak Bursary Fund have attracted benefactors not domiciled in the United Kingdom. With this experience we are able to accommodate and arrange specific bespoke financial arrangements that best suit both the donor while also ensuring that the charity benefits.
Please contact PACT’s finance department on + 44 (0)208 667 2290