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  1. So, my OH is online right now giving money to the Sally Army and I've given a paltry amount to this site. Now I want serious recommendations for small charities for the last of our spare cash. My two big interests are the homeless and mental health (obviously linked). If anyone knows of a charity where £20 could make a difference I'm honestly interested.
  2. If people give to charity via a giving site, for example, just giving, can they gift aid with there donation, or is that only by the registered person..
  3. Hello, I was made redundant(no pay i don't have like thousands of pounds, not even close it was a apprenticeship type vacancy so no redundancy pay) recently and im starting to do a show which allows people to donate (optional) which does not go toward any real life spending, purely towards the stream. however i'm worried if this is benefit Freud in any way? can someone explain this to me? thank you.
  4. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-27639185 What is this I can't even...
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  6. (just hat to lol at my Mac there saying Dalmatians instead of Donations)... Anyway, I run a new company, just started off and am about to sign up for VAT. It is an Apple Softwre development company. In short, I make apps for iPhones, iPads and Mac's. Some of the apps will be paid (I say will as I haven't gone VAT yet), but other's aren't as they're part of community projects for which I get donations. When I go live with the company and that code I used (the software I designed) is part of the community project (which I have NO intention for charging for), how would I account for the donations thankful members send me? At the moment as an individual, every penny goes into NSPCC, but when I start the company, I would like to have these funds parted between NSPSCC and some back into the project itself (cost of hosting websites etc...). Can someone give me some pointers as to how to handle this as to date, the HMRC like me as I've remained transparent and I don't want something like this muddying up the waters. Cheers A
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