The Oxford Mission -> Gift Aid Declaration

Why not give to the Oxford Mission?

Donate now!

If you would like to support our work, financial donations of any size are always welcome.

You can donate online by clicking on the Donate Now button and following the instructions on screen. The Charity Choice site is secure, no Charges are made by Charity Choice or the Co-operative Bank for any donations made and there is no need to register or sign up with them.

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Alternative ways of giving

In addition the Oxford Mission can accept a variety of types of gifts, including:

Gifts of stamps and musical instruments should be sent or delivered to the General Secretary. However, in the case of musical instruments please call the General Secretary (see the contact page (click here)) before sending or trying to deliver them in case alternative arrangements can be made for mutual benefit.

For other gift offerings please contact the General Secretary (click here)

U.K. donors

The Oxford Mission can now reclaim the tax on any donation you make now or in the future, at no extra cost to you. For the Oxford Mission to reclaim the tax on donations, the person making the donation must pay an amount of U.K. income or capital gains tax (this tax is usually that due on normal income received or capital gains made in the year of donation) equal to the tax we reclaim from the Inland Revenue (currently 28p for every £1 you give). All you need to do is , tick, date and click to submit the Gift Aid Declaration form (click here). We would advise you also to print a copy, sign it and send it to the General Secretary.

Stamps

We can only accept foreign or large value (i.e. not 1st or 2nd class U.K.) stamps. Please send bags of collected stamps to the General Secretary. For the address (click here)

Musical instruments

Please be aware that weather conditions will cause deterioration of musical instruments and if you give good quality instrument please let us know, because it may be best for us to sell a good instrument and buy other less good quality instruments for the children to play on.

The Oxford Mission -> Gift Aid Declaration