Every donation, of any amount, is important . If you are interested in supporting St Anne’s Hospice by
making either a regular or one off donation, we would be pleased to discuss your wishes and/ or to help you
set up the appropriate support documentation. Donations can take the form of an amount of money in memory of a loved one or can be a virtual gift in lieu of Wedding or Christmas Gifts, and Anniversary or Birthday presents. Other options could take the form of any of the following type of items, such as Furniture, Clothing (Ladies, Gents or Children), General Bric a Brac, Foreign Coins, Broken or unwanted Jewellery, Stamps, Pictures or Art Work and Books/ Records/ CD’s and DVD’s
Wills or Legacies
Including St Anne’s as a beneficiary within your will is an excellent way of extending your support beyond your lifetime. There are a number of different kinds of gift or legacies you can leave in your Will. Legacies are not restricted to the rich. Any amount can be left to the Hospice and remember your gift will not attract inheritance tax.
If you are a U.K Taxpayer, St Anne’s can further increase the value of your gift by reclaiming tax from the Inland Revenue, currently 25%
Enable you to give a donation directly from your gross salary or pension(before tax is deducted), giving immediate tax relief on those donations. We seek more employer’s who are willing to provide this method of donation for their staff to contribute at source
How much should you give? This is entirely up to you. You can choose how often you want to give, whether annually, quarterly or monthly. The most cost effective way to set up your regular gift is through a Direct Debit or Standing Order Form
As part of an organisations ‘Corporate Responsibility’, allowing staff to be involved with the Hospice, can improve morale through team building, developing new skills, having fun in community challenge events, recycling campaigns or selling promotional goods. St Anne’s is proud to be associated with the following organisations that have both provided and/ or continue to provide support: The House of Fraser, Uskmouth Power, Corus, the Priory Hotel and Commodore Hotel
Should you wish to know more about any of the above we would be more than happy to arrange a meeting to discuss things further. Please contact Terry Woodsford on or e-mail [email protected] . Alternatively, donations can be made directly by cheque to — St. Anne’s Hospice Fundraising Department, Harding Avenue, Malpas, Newport, NP20 6ZE by using a Donation Form. Click here for access to a copy of Anne’s Hospice Donation Form.