One of quickest and easiest ways of donating to Irish Autism Action is through the mycharity website.
You simply decide the amont you wish to donate and enter your Debit or Credit card details onto the site.
To make a donation that goes directly to the fundraising bank account of Irish Autism Action, click here
There are other ways in which you can help the development of a child with autism, through IAA. You can make a donation, or join in our fundraising events. As a company you can offer sponsorship, participate in give-as-you-earn, staff fundraising. All these funds go directly to the IAA and the benefit of the families affected by autism.
IAA could be your nominated Charity of the Year. If you are a school, why not raise funds through Non Uniform Days, the IAA phone recycling campaign? Go on - make a difference!
Contact: - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tax Relief on Charitable Donations
There are a number of tax benefits associated with annual donations of €250 + to registered charities including Irish Autism Action. The recipient of the benefit depends on the type of taxpayer making the donation:
In the case of PAYE taxpayers, donations of €250 + received by Irish Autism Action, or any other registered charity, in one tax year are treated as having been received “net” of tax. For example: An individual on the standard rate of tax (i.e. 20%) makes a donation of €500. The value of the donation to Irish Autism Action= €625 i.e. €500 x 100/80. The tax associated with the donation = €125. Irish Autism Action will be able to claim a repayment of €125 from the Revenue Commissioners.
Self-assessed taxpayers can reclaim the income tax they pay on donations of €250+ in any one tax year. For example: A self-assessed individual on the standard rate of tax (i.e. 20%) makes a donation of €500. The cost to the taxpayer is €400. The taxpayer claims a deduction for the donation on his/her tax return. No repayment claim by Irish Autism Action arises.
The company claims a deduction for donations of €250 + in any one tax year as if it were a trading expense. Irish Autism Action’s registered Charity number is CHY 14656. This information is taken from the Revenue Commissioner’s paper “Scheme of Tax Relief for Donations to Eligible Charities and other Approved Bodies, Under Section 848A, Taxes Consolidation Act 1997.
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