Donate

Your donations provide a lifeline to the most vulnerable individuals and families living in our housing.

The London Marathon

April is fast-approaching and our 33 dedicated runners are training hard. We invite you to donate to the campaign and support our admirable runners in this year's race. Read more about the London Marathon.

  • Donate online

    You can securely donate online via credit or debit card to support our charitable projects.

    Donating by credit card is the quickest, easiest and secure way to help fund our work.

  • Donate by post

    You can also make a donation by post. Please send your cheque or postal order to:

    Freepost Plus RSUR-TAYG-LRCE

    Fundraising department
    Notting Hill Housing Trust
    1 Sussex Place
    London
    W6 9EA

    To help us process your donation, please write 'website' on the back of your cheque and the name of the appeal or Supporter Update you are responding to.

  • Remember us in your will

    Leaving us a legacy in your will is a powerful way of helping us help others and giving one last gift to a cause that you care for. A legacy could include money, assets, shares, property or personal possessions.

    Making a will isn't something many of us like to think about. It's easier to put it off, pretend it isn't necessary or hope that things will work themselves out. But writing a will is important, as it lets everybody know how you want your possessions to be distributed after you've gone.

    For more information and advice on writing a will, we are happy to provide you with a list of local solicitors who would be able to help.

    Donating your property or estate

    Without a will, the law decides what happens to your estate. If you're married, this may mean that everything will pass to your spouse, but it isn't guaranteed. There is a chance that the entire estate could pass to the government if there is no instruction otherwise.

    For a housing charity like us, property is invaluable. A home left to us could be immediately used to house a homeless family, or if large enough, could be converted into a hostel for those in dire need of a roof over their heads.

    Inheritance tax

    Charitable legacies are exempt from inheritance tax. So, if your estate is over the threshold, a legacy to NHH could bring your estate below it and make sure that the difference goes to a cause of your choice.

  • Payroll Giving

    With Payroll Giving you can donate to us through your company, on a regular basis or as a one-off donation.

    Payroll Giving saves you money too as its tax free. For every £5 you donate, only £3.90 is deducted from your salary, or for every £10 you donate, only £7.50 is deducted from your salary (based on 20% tax bracket, even less if on 40%).

    How to set up a regular gift

    If you want to set up a regular gift through Payroll Giving, this is what you need to do:

    • Check with your payroll department to make sure they are registered with an agency
    • Complete a payroll giving form
    • Submit it to your payroll department.

    Note: You'll need to have your national insurance and employee/payroll number to hand. Once you've completed the form, it is a good idea to take a copy for your records.

    Download our Payroll Giving donation form

Add Gift Aid to your donation

Every donation you make to NHH could be worth more at no extra cost to you, just by choosing to Gift Aid it.

If you let us know you'd like to Gift Aid your donation, we can claim back the tax on your donation. This means a £10 donation will be worth £12.50.

By opting for Gift Aid you're basically saying:

I confirm that I am a UK Income or Capital Gains taxpayer. I have read this statement and want the charity to reclaim tax on the donation detailed, given on the date shown. I understand that I must pay an amount of Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the tax year at least equal to the amount of tax that all the charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs I donate to will reclaim on my gifts for that tax year. I understand that other taxes such as VAT and Council Tax do not qualify. I understand that the charity will reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 that I have given.

More information

If you'd like to talk to us, please call us on 020 3815 0847, email fundraising@nhhg.org.uk or write to us at:

Freepost Plus RSUR-TAYG-LRCE
Fundraising department
Notting Hill Housing Trust
1 Sussex Place
London
W6 9EA