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Thank you for thinking about giving a gift to Maharishi School. The amount, as small or as generous as you can afford, will make a lasting contribution to both Consciousness-based Education and to peace and prosperity in the world.
You can do this by 3 ways:
Transfer your donation to us using your bank’s phone or online service. Please use these details:
Bank Name: Lloyds Bank PLC—Maharishi School Donations Account
Bank Address: 2-6 Market Street, Wigan WN1 1JN
Sort code: 30-62-62
Account no: 16867360
IBAN: GB96 LOYD 3062 6216 8673 60
Don’t forget to use your name as the payment reference on any correspondence that you send to us.
- Pay in via the bank
Using our Bank Details Letter you can pay in money at your nearest Lloyds Bank branch, who will happy to accept it. Alternatively, you may also take the Bank Details to your bank and request that they should transfer your donation directly from your bank account.
- Pay in by post
Send your cheques, made payable to ‘Maharishi School Trust. Don’t forget to use your name as a reference on any correspondence you send to us.
Our Address is;
Gifts Team, Maharishi School, Cobbs Brow Lane, Lathom, Lancashire, England L40 6JJ
If you would like a receipt for your donation please contact The Gifts Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
HMRC operates a scheme called Gift Aid. This allows charities to claim the basic rate tax on every pound donated by a U.K. taxpayer. So if you donated £10.00 to Maharishi School Trust, it means that you could actually be giving us £12.50. This additional income makes a big difference, so please don’t forget to Gift Aid donations if you are a UK tax payer.
• Download a Gift Aid Declaration form
If you pay higher rate tax, you can claim the difference between the higher rate of tax you pay and the basic rate of tax (currently 20 %) on the total ‘gross’ value of your donation. If you want to receive the additional tax relief you must include all your Gift Aid donations on your Self-Assessment tax return or ask HM Revenue and Customs to adjust your tax code. The SA Donate Scheme ceased from April 2012. This means that donors can no longer send a tax refund to a charity straight from their tax return. Donors can still donate their tax refund to any charity themselves and claim Gift Aid if the qualifying conditions have been met.