Donate

Disability First is a registered UK Charity Organisation No. 1163162 and relies greatly on fundraisers and donations both from companies & organisations and individuals.

If you wish to make a donation it couldn’t be easier….


CHEQUE

Please make your cheque payable to Disability First and send FAO:

Alan Reid (Chief Executive)
Disability First
Blackpool Centre for Independent Living
259 Whitegate Drive
Blackpool
FY3 9JL

GIFT AID

Every gift you make to Disability First, whatever its value, could be worth more at no extra cost to you just by choosing to Gift Aid it. Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs will add an extra 25p to every £1 you give to Disability First

How does Gift Aid work?

It’s simple. As soon as you give your permission by completing a Gift Aid declaration form, we can claim the tax back on your donation. This means that a £10 donation will be worth £12.50 and for every £50 gift, we will actually receive £62.50.

Do I have to give regularly?

No. We can claim the tax back on a donation of any amount that has been made to us in the last four years. It doesn’t matter whether you make a one off donation or set up a regular standing order or direct debit. A single Gift Aid declaration will cover all future donations that you make to Disability First.

Am I eligible for Gift Aid?

If you are a UK tax payer, yes. Even if you are not employed, you are still eligible if you are paying tax on any of the following:

  • Personal or occupational pension.
  • Stocks and shares.
  • Bank and building society savings accounts.
  • Rental income.
  • Overseas and UK investment dividends.

How do I start?

Simply complete the Gift Aid declaration [PDF, 204kb] when you make a donation to us. If you want your taxes to go to something you really care about, then this opportunity is simply too good to miss.

For more information email donations@disabilityfirst.org or call 01253 472202/03

However big or small your donation, every penny counts and your kind donation will ensure our essential advice & information services continue helping disabled people, families & carers across Lancashire and, for that, we wish to say a HUGE ‘Thank You’.

In addition, a special ‘Thank You’ also goes to the following for ensuring that disabled people, their families and carers remain independent and inclusive in their community in Blackpool and across Lancashire and that they continue to receive the help, advice, information and support needed to do so.

Lancashire County Council     Blackpool Council