The National Federation of Arch Clubs, Ireland

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Single Donation

Consider making a single donation

By making a single donation you will be helping people who have a learning disability to live their lives the way they want.

We hold a passionate belief that people with a learning disability should have equal rights and chances in society.

The National Federation supports people with a learning disability every day to develop skills, gain confidence, become actively involved in their communities and take part in the activities that really interest them.

 


Tax Deductions

Support us: The National Federation Of Arch Clubs can claim back the tax paid on donations of €254 or more in any one year by individuals on PAYE, Self Assessment or Corporate Tax. (The 2001 Finance Bill)

PAYE: If you are a PAYE donor, tax refunds will be calculated at 42%, 20% or a combination of both depending which rate is applicable. That means if you pay tax at the higher rate of 42%, a donation of €254 could be worth €360 to the Arch Federation and a rate of 22%, a donation of €254 could be worth €317 to the Arch Federation.

Self Assessment: If you are a Self employed donor who submits your tax form yourself you can therefore deduct the donation of to the Arch Federation €254 from their taxable income, reducing your tax bill by €106.

Corporation: Corporations who donate €254 to their favourite charity will receive a receipt, from the Federation and can use this to claim a deduction for the donation as if it were a trading expense. To that end, the corporate tax bill is reduced by 20% of the amount given. Donations are cumulative, so a standing order of just €21.50 a month will bring you over the annual threshold (e.g. January - December). At the end of the year, we will send you the appropriate form and a Freepost envelope, which we need you to send back to Head Office: 74 Meadow Grove, Dublin 16, in order for us to claim back the tax.

 


Trust & Foundation

You can help us. If you are a trustee or have links with a trust or a foundation.

What can you do? Trusts can give in a number of ways. Either to support a specific project, or service.

Or let us make the decision where we can use the money where it is most needed or where it will make the most positive difference. Should you choose to support us, we’ll make sure that your money makes a huge difference to the ability of our service and maximise our potential to deliver it. We will also keep you informed and up-dated about the difference your support to us is making.

 


Wills

Making A Lasting Difference
We would like you to consider leaving a gift to The National Federation Of Arch Clubs.

So we can continue our work Enhancing and enriching the lives of people with a learning disability and their families.

Working towards providing choices, Opportunities and respect for all with a learning disability.

 


Latest News & Announcements 2017

 

Soon Arch Clubs throughout Ireland will be promoting and encouraging their members to take up the Gaisce – Presidents Award Clubs Challenge, where the members get involved in a local charity or community group, develop new or existing skills, become more active and discover the great outdoors on a team outdoor journey.

At the launch of this partnership this week (Tuesday 19th July 2017) in the Phoenix Park Dublin where three of Arch Club members who will start their challenge in the coming weeks, Niamh Cooke, Conor Caffrey and Stephen Brown and we wish them the best of luck and to all the arch club members throughout the country who we hope will take up the challenge and participate in the Gaisce Awards

 

 

 

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