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This is our preferred means of receiving a donation, unless a large donation is being considered. Donations received in this way are handled automatically and do not create any administrative work.
Credit card companies take a processing fee.



Recurring donations (We love these!)

If making a donation online - simply select 'Make this a recurring payment' when making your first online donation and chose the frequency.

If making a donation by bank transfer - most banks will allow you to specify if it is a recurring donation and with what frequency.


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AMF as a beneficiary of a will

If you would like to make a bequest to AMF in your will then the details you need to include will depend upon the jurisdiction you are in. You can find the charity details for your particular country on our charity status page (if your country is not listed please use the UK details). The contact details to include should be those for Rob Mather as shown on our contact us page. If you would like to contact us directly please do not hesitate to do so.

We have been asked whether there is any specific language that needs to be included in the will and as far as we are aware, there is not, aside from it making clear that AMF is an intended beneficiary which is most simply done by including the relevant charity number/s and contact details.

Is your donation a gift?

Gift?

When you donate you will be sent a link to a page detailing the donation and the nets it will fund. Simply email that link to the recipient of the gift with your message. You can also print a gift card to send to them. more


Tax receipts

Whilst all donations are recognised through an acknowledgement of receipt and these acknowledgements normally being sufficient to satisfy local tax requirements, it is recognised some countries have slightly different tax regulations and if you require a more formal tax receipt please contact Sean Good, our Treasurer () who will provide the requisite documentation.


Gift Aid (UK donors only)

If you pay UK tax* you can make a Gift Aid declaration and we will be able to claim 25% from the British Government on top of your donation and it won't cost you a penny! If you donate online you can simply tick the Gift Aid box during the donation process, otherwise you can find a gift aid form on the bank transfer or mail pages. * you need to have paid UK income tax and/or capital gains tax at least equal to the 25% that we will claim.


Tax repayments - UK tax payers

Should you so elect, HMR&C will pay direct to us any tax repayments that you may be due. Simply fill in the SA100 form including our unique code 'WAT04WG' and send it to your tax office together with your tax return and the repayment will be routed to us. Please contact Sean with any questions you may have.

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