There are a number of packages available. Please visit our membership levels and benefits page to see the packages available to your business.
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Before completing your application, please read our Code of Ethics and tick the declaration below. On submitting the form you will then be forwarded to our payment page. The level of donation to opt to give will determine your member level with us. Please see our Member Benefits & Fees page for more information on pricing and member levels.
Tax relief on charity gifts: Sole traders & Partnerships, vs LLCs
If a business is a Limited Company (LLC), it will receive tax relief on its giving in a different way to individuals.
The individual Gift-Aid rules do not apply to corporate giving, so People against Poverty cannot reclaim an extra 25% on giving from companies. Businesses which are Sole Traders or Partnerships are able to use the Gift-Aid rules to enhance their giving, with the individuals claiming tax relief in their Tax Return personally.
However, Limited Companies are able to treat their gifts as a business expense and deduct the payments from their profits for the year, reducing the Corporation Tax bill payable on the year’s results!
Companies who wish to give regularly as they earn profits, or occasionally as and when they can afford to do so, can therefore make gifts to People against Poverty in their financial year and make their community involvement (or Corporate Social Responsibility) well planned and tax-effective.