BDFA Gift Aid Declaration
If you are a UK tax payer, you can make every £1 you give – or have given in the past – worth 25p more, under the Gift Aid scheme, as it allows Batten Disease Family Association to reclaim tax you have already paid to HM Revenue on eligible donations. This means that you can make an even bigger difference at no extra cost to you.

The extra income we claim through the Gift Aid scheme will help provide the family support services and to develop our other activities as we represent the families who are suffering from the 13 variants of Batten Disease and with the right funding to work on educating professionals to be aware of the Disease and to aid diagnosis.

To make your donations under Gift Aid, simply complete your name and address below, review the gift aid wording and then tick the box to say that BDFA can reclaim Gift Aid on your donations and we’ll do the rest. If you pay Income Tax at the higher or additional rate and want to receive the additional tax relief due to you, you must include all your Gift Aid donations on your Self-Assessment tax return or ask HM Revenue & Customs to adjust your tax code.

At the bottom (to comply with current regulations) please let us know how we may keep you up to date with our efforts. Items marked with * have to be completed please to permit claims to be made and to easily make contact if HMRC dispute the details. If you have any questions please email admin@bdfa-uk.org.uk.
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Title *
First Name or Initials *
Last Name *
Home Address - First Line *
Home Address - Town / City *
Home Address - Postcode *
Your email *
Telephone Number
To aid us linking this to your donation please indicate below the information shown on the standing order and / or date and value of payment please: *
Gift Aid Declaration
In order to Gift Aid your donations, simply tick the first box below. You’ll boost your donations by 25p for every £1 you donate.

Please treat as Gift Aid donations all gifts of money made to BDFA in the past 4 years and in the future until I notify you otherwise. I am a UK taxpayer and I understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year, it is my responsibility to pay any difference.
Are you a UK Taxpayer? *
Keeping us up to date:
Please let BDFA know if your name and home address changes, if you wish to cancel your Gift Aid declaration, or if your tax circumstances change (for example if you stop being a UK taxpayer or if you no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains) by contacting admin@bdfa-uk.org.uk.
Keeping you up to date:
It is only with support from kind people like you that we can be there for families living with Batten Disease across the UK. We would like to keep in touch and update you with the latest behind the scenes news, including the news of the families we support and possible development of treatments around the world and how you can help us to continue our long term work by fundraising and volunteering for us.
We also regularly publish news on our Facebook page - so please follow us there: https://www.facebook.com/bdfauk/
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Notification of changes:
If you would like to change how you are contacted by us, simply contact our admin by email at admin@bdfa-uk.org.uk.
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We record the date on which the submission as the date that the declaration is made.
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