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Facts about EK NIWAS 
Did you know?

Ek Niwas was founded in November 1990 23 years ago, we registered as a charity on the 10th June 1996

Our Charitable Objectives:

To Advance religion.

To promote the education of persons who through their social and economic circumstances are in need and unable to gain employment.

To advance education by providing advice and guidance upon questions of housing, social welfare benefits, unemployment and related topics.

Support us to make a difference, follow the link:

http://www.charitiestrust.org/charities/EkNiwas

 

 

 

 



Did you Know?

Ek Niwas online donations are supported by Gift Aid

You can increase the value of your charity donations by choosing to donate through ‘Gift Aid’ if you’re a UK taxpayer.

http://www.charitiestrust.org/charities/EkNiwas

 Gift Aid increases the value of your donations and means charities can befit even more at no extra cost to you.

If you're a UK taxpayer, add Gift Aid whenever you make a donation and the charity can reclaim the basic rate of tax on your gift - that's a whopping 25p for every £1 you give.

Higher rate tax payers can claim additional tax benefits for donations they make to charity, which you can keep or pass on to any charitable organisation. Simply indicate how much you have donated when completing your tax self-assessment form.

 How it works

As a taxpayer, you’ll already have paid tax on any money you donate to charity. When you donate, the charity will ask you whether you want donate through Gift Aid - if you do, they’ll be able to claim back the tax you originally paid at the basic rate of 20%.

 Example

You earn £125 and £25 tax is deducted from this at the basic rate of 20%. This leaves you with £100. You then donate the £100 to charity through Gift Aid.

The charity can claim an extra £25 (the tax you paid at basic rate) from the government to make your total donation £125.