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Gift Aid Declaration

If you are a UK taxpayer, Families Need Fathers can reclaim tax on any donations you make to the charity. FNF can also claim tax back from your membership subscription, as this counts as a donation. This means that for every £1 you give us we receive a further 25p at no extra cost to yourself.

It costs you nothing but a little time.

 

How to do this

To make a Gift Aid Declaration on-line to FAMILIES NEED FATHERS, Reg. Charity No. 276899 you must ensure that you have entered your Full Name and Address (including Post Code) in your Profile and that your email address is also up to date.  It would also be a help if you enter a telephone contact number.  Finally you must tick the Gift Aid check-box in your Profile in the Additional Information tab.  Doing so will confirm that you would like Families Need Fathers to reclaim tax on all qualifying subscriptions and donations since 6 April 2000 and all further subscriptions and donations that you make from the date of this declaration until you notify us otherwise. You also confirm that you have paid an amount of UK income tax or capital gains tax equal to any tax reclaimed.

Please notify the charity if:

  • You change your name or address
  • You no longer pay tax
  • You want to cancel your Gift Aid declaration at any time

NB. In order for us to reclaim tax you must be a UK taxpayer.

 

If you would prefer to fill in a written Gift-Aid form this can be downloaded here:

 

You can then send it to us by post

Families Need Fathers
134 Curtain Road
London EC2A 3AR

If you prefer to pay directly into our bank via online banking or a cheque (which saves us about 2% in fees!), our Bank details are as follows:

Families Need Fathers Ltd

HSBC Sort code: 40-01-15

Account No: 4103 0523

SWIFT BIC: HBUKGB4105L

IBAN: GB68HBUK40011541030523

HSBC plc London NW3 1PY

Please use FNF and your name as your Reference in any transaction - Thank you.

 

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  • It is often assumed that there is a stigma associated with men admitting physical or psychological abuse. However, there are two other important factors. One is that they will not be believed when they do complain. Another is that fathers fear reprisal action of preventing access to their children. These issues combine to be a powerful deterrent to seeking help from authorities. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6053177/Police-ignore-psychological-abuse-males-unconscious-bias-say-campaigners.html Please support us by following us, sharing and liking this post, registering with us for free, becoming a member or making a donation.
  • It's not too late to complete our survey for parents prevented from having direct contact and confined to writing letters, sending cards, etc. Please share if you know anyone this applies to. Click here to complete this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FNF_Indirect_Contact_2018
  • It is good that Mel B and Stephen Belafonte will be jointly parenting their six year old daughter. It's not fair on his step-daughter that they could not agree arrangements for her too - Mr Belafonte had been parenting her for most of her life and this will apparently be the second father figure she's lost in her life. A shared parenting agreement should have been reached for both children without these proceedings and with less damage to them. It seems doubtful that this was what they really, really wanted. https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/celebrity-news/stephen-belafonte-celebrates-as-mel-b-is-ordered-to-pay-his-350000-legal-fees-in-divorce-battle-i-a3905596.html
  • We believe in transparency in family courts, but having a public slanging match over child maintenance is excessive. It is good that they appear, to some extent, to be sharing parenting after separation, but their six children won't wish to read or have their friends read how their mum and dad bicker over who pays for what. They are, reportedly, each worth handsomely in excess of $150m and with earning potential for much more. https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/celebrity-news/angelina-jolie-pushes-for-divorce-from-brad-pitt-as-she-accuses-him-of-paying-no-meaningful-child-a3906296.html
  • Indirect Contact Survey We are carrying out a short survey of parents who had Child Arrangement Orders (previously called contact orders) for indirect contact i.e. for writing and receiving of letters, cards and gifts, phone calls, Skype calls, emails, etc. See: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FNF_Indirect_Contact_2018… There is little evidence as to whether such orders lead to anything positive or are even complied with. This survey should take only 5-10 minutes to complete and will help us to provide feedback to you, to family justice professionals and to the media. Please share this with anyone you know who it might apply to.
  • Today's Daily Mail reports on the horrendous experience of child abduction from the UK to Poland, with a comment from Families Need Fathers. The Foreign Office needs to intervene and make sure that friendly Hague Convention countries comply by their obligations. What is more, they need to do this on a child-appropriate timeframe i.e. fast. It is simply wrong that a child can lose a parent as a result of unilateral action of the other with no consequence. Neither is it just that a father's life and finances can be destroyed in this way. The government must act to ensure that these agreements between nation states have teeth and are honoured. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6024775/British-psychiatrists-Polish-ex-partner-kidnapped-daughter-UK-courts-helpless.html Please support Families Need Fathers by sharing this, following us, liking the page, registering for free, becoming a member or making a donation.

FNF HSSF Kite Mark Award

Families Need Fathers has been awarded the Help and Support for Separated Families Kite Mark which is a new UK government accreditation scheme for organisations offering help to separated families.

Families Need Fathers work with a range of family law professionals, including Family Law Panel

 

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