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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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  • Yet another very sad case of the total failure of family justice. This father and the many thousands of others who turn to family courts for help, and their children, have once again not been served well. Those in charge need to step-up or hang their heads in shame. Please support us by liking this page, following us, sharing it, registering with us for free, making a donation or joining. http://www.marilynstowe.co.uk/2018/02/15/tearful-father-withdraws-contact-application-after-7-year-dispute/#comment-1157491
  • This case, started in 2017, may change things, but the elephant in the room is still the cost to businesses, especially small ones. In Sweden, the state (ie the taxpayer) covers much of the salary during parental leave of either parent (The Swedes are also cleverer with child support!). The result is a much more equitable system... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42421456
  • 96% Gender pay gap? In favour of women?? Surely not!! Well that's according to the Guardian who have just spelled it out loud and clear for us all. Obviously, we've been saying this for years, but it's great to see a consensus that men and women should be treated equally in the home and not just at work! https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/feb/15/men-share-parental-leave-entitlement-women-equality-fathers?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_WhatsApp Please Share and Like!
  • Parental leave is being discussed in a few minutes on BBC Radio 4's You and Yours. The government is concerned that people don't realise fathers can also take parental leave. So they are about to spend loadsamoney telling us again, instead of making the scheme workable and attractive. Same old. Here's how it works in Sweden, where they've done their homework and shared parenting is a fact of life, not a luxury or an ideal. It works in Sweden because they really do believe in gender equality over there! https://www.thelocal.se/20080829/14022 And yes, here's a funny article/video, because, let's face it, the way things are going, robots will soon also need parental leave and trade unions too! https://www.thelocal.se/20170118/how-this-swedish-robot-video-became-an-unlikely-viral-hit
  • Let's face it, to label a dad as a "single adult" after separation whilst mum is considered a "single parent" is patently absurd, regardless of how much time the child(ren) spend with each parent. The way the state dictates that all benefits and Child Maintenance go to the "parent" from the mere "adult" and the state is cruel - to the children and the so-called single adult. In this day and age of gender equality and elimination of pay gaps, that policy is as bad as if not worse than not having the vote! Another article - this time in the Huffington Post - and written by the Head of Comms at the Fatherhood Institute. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/dads-in-the-data-why-we-need-a-rethink-of-uk-family_uk_5a799aade4b068f3b312931f
  • Further to the Daily Mail article below, here is another regarding the Fatherhood Institute report calling for a Government review of data collection on families by all publicly-funded bodies, which currently risk failing millions of children because they typically gather such weak information about fathers. https://inews.co.uk/opinion/uk-fathers-airbrushed-existence-family-courts-favouring-bankrolling-mothers/ http://www.fatherhoodinstitute.org/2018/dads-in-the-data-why-the-uk-needs-a-statistical-rethink/ Please remember to share and Like this post as widely as possible - it is crucial for the government to be pushed hard to gather proper statistics!

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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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