Charities call for wider reform of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme
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Charities call for wider reform of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme

1 Jul 2016 | Kirsty Weakley

Charities have called on HM Revenue and Customs to do more to remove the barriers for small charities accessing the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme.

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Charities call for wider reform of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme

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