Gift Aid

By making a Gift Aid declaration you can help even more individuals go and stay vegetarian

Thanks to the Gift Aid scheme, the Vegetarian Society can reclaim the tax you pay on your membership fees and/or donations at no extra cost to yourself. For every £1 you give we can claim an extra 25p in Gift Aid. This extra income is a very important part of our funding and really helps us to work harder on your behalf.

Making a Gift Aid declaration is the easiest way to support us, all it takes is filling in a short form. We can reclaim for any donations and membership fees made in the previous four years. The amount of Gift Aid on four years of membership totals approximately £21. That money can go a long way in supporting our current campaigns and providing income for the production of new literature to help keep vegetarianism prominent in schools, within the media and the catering industry.

Please make a Gift Aid declaration today

Please fill in the online Gift Aid declaration form.


Please print this form and send it to us by post or fax. 

If you require further information about the Gift Aid scheme please look at our questions about Gift Aid page. 

If you're not sure whether you have already completed a Gift Aid declaration, or if you need to inform us of a change to your tax status, or if you have a question not answered here please email or call 0161 925 2000 and ask for the Fundraising Team.

Thank you again for your support.



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The Vegetarian Society of the United Kingdom Limited, Parkdale, Dunham Road, Altrincham WA14 4QG
Registered Charity No. 259358, Registered Company No. 959115 (England and Wales)

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