By donating to Leaf you are helping patients and families affected by a blood cancer. The work of Leaf is carried out by volunteers so you can be sure your donation will benefit those who need it most. Please donate as little or as much as you wish.

If you are making a donation in lieu of a gift please let us know the person’s name and address and we can send a card with details of your gift you have made in their name please allow 14 days for the card to be sent.

 Lieu of a Gift Form (Opens new tab)

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Donate by Text. Text LEAF01 to 70070 and enter an amount from £1- £10 to instantly make a donation to Leaf.
Please note your text will be charged at your normal message rate, your fee and donation will appear on your next bill

Regular Donations You can also make a regular donation to Leukaemia Educating & Fundraising by standing order, giving this way reduces our administration costs, which means even more of your money will go directly towards helping blood cancer patients.

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Leave a legacy You can leave a legacy in your will or make a donation in memory of a loved one. Making a gift in memory of someone special can be a valuable and positive way to celebrate their life while providing hope for the future to others suffering with a blood cancer.

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Please return the completed form, together with your gift amount to the address below, if you would like to talk to us direct about a possible legacy please call Natasha Jones 01202 848789 

If you would like any further information or pledge forms, please call Natasha Jones on 01202 848789 or email.

Payments and forms should be sent to the charities registered address:-

10a East Borough
Wimborne Dorset BH21 1PL

Gift Aid explained Gift Aid is a government scheme which allows charities to claim back the tax you have already paid on your donations. If you are a basic rate (currently 20%) tax payer, for every £1.25 you earn, you take home £1.00 and 25p goes to H M Revenue & Customs (HMRC). If you give that £1.00 to charity under the Gift Aid scheme the charity can claim back the 25p tax from HMRC. This brings the value of your donation to £1.25, at no extra cost to you!
The scheme doesn’t just apply to basic rate tax payers. Anyone who pays UK Income or Capital Gains Tax can take part, so any personal tax you pay on your salary, pension or savings is eligible. The same applies to sole traders and partnerships too. However, as companies can make charitable donations from their gross income BEFORE tax, charities are unable to claim Gift Aid on company donations.
If you are a 40% tax payer or higher, you can also claim tax relief on your charitable donations. This means that for every £1.00 you give, we still receive £1.25 but it will cost you just 75p. All you have to do is include our receipt for your donation in your next tax return.
Charities can’t claim Gift Aid on the following:-raffle tickets, or other prize entries, entrance fees to an event, donations made via the Charities Aid Foundation (the tax has already been claimed on these)
If you’re not sure if you pay enough tax to sign up to the Gift Aid scheme or would like further guidance/information, please contact your local tax office, or call the HMRC helpline on 0845 302 0203.