Thomas Preston
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Thomas Preston

Paying in sponsorship money

Thomas Preston
Posted by
Thomas Preston
12 Mar 2012

If you’ve raised all of your sponsorship money online, then your hard work is done!

Your money has come directly to us with any Gift Aid that we can claim too. If you’d like us to send you an acknowledgment through the post, please send us the link to your online fundraising page, either by filling out your payment notice and sending it back to us, or by email at

If you don't have a payment notice, you can download one here.

For any money you’ve raised offline, here are all the ways you can pay it in:

At any Barclays bank branch

You can pay money directly into our bank account at any Barclays bank branch, using a paying in slip. If you’d like to use this option, please email us or phone 020 7504 2200.

By cheque or postal order

Write a cheque or postal order payable to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research and send it to us at The Unstoppables, Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research, 39-40 Eagle Street, London, WC1R 4TH along with any sponsor forms. Please quote your name, event and supporter reference if you know it – and please don’t post any cash!

By card over the phone

Give us a call on 020 7504 2200 to pay by debit or credit card over the phone. Please remember to return your sponsor forms to us so that we can reclaim the Gift Aid.

By bank transfer

Transfer the money directly from your bank account to ours. Just drop us an email for our bank details.

Gift Aid

What is Gift Aid?

Gift Aid is a scheme where the government gives charities an extra 25% in tax on all eligible donations.

Is my donation eligible for Gift Aid?

Your donation is eligible if you are a UK tax payer paying income or capital gains tax at least equal to the amount reclaimed on your donations in the current tax year – and if you tick the box to confirm this

What about past donations and future donations?

We can reclaim tax on all donations you have made for the four years prior to this year, and all donations you make from today’s date until you notify us.


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