Paying by card is a fast and easy way to make payments. All you have to do is enter your card details and specify the amount you wish to donate and, with a simple click of the button, the money will be transferred into the specific back account for the type of donation.
PayPal is an easy online payment system used by many people across the world that allows individuals to make and receive online payments between accounts without the need to exchange bank account or credit card details. All you need is a PayPal account and you can make your payment to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
JustGiving is an online fundraising platform designed to help people raise money for their chosen charity. All you have to do is set up a fundraising page explaining for whom you want to raise funds and why, and then use the tools they provide to share your page with friends and family so that they can support your cause.
Another quick and easy way to donate is to transfer your chosen amount directly to the Noor Orphans Fund bank account.
Direct Transfer is a really convenient way to donate, keeping your donations regularly without you having to remember to donate each month. You will also have the opportunity to apply Gift Aid to your donations. You can set up a direct transfer through our website or over the phone.
Noor Orphans Fund bank account details:
Account name: Noor Trust
Bank: NatWest Bank
Account Number: 16167090
Sort Code: 60-12-17
To make donating easier we’ve set up a text message donation system. All you have to do is send a text to the number 70070 with one of the following codes:
The amount you choose will be added to your mobile phone bill and then transferred to the Noor Orphans Fund automatically.
Donating by cheque is one of the more traditional methods and is simple and easy to do. All you have to do is fill in the cheque and then hand it over to of Noor Orphans Fund’s members of staff, or alternatively post it to us. The downfall of paying by cheque, however, is that it isn’t as fast as other methods as the cheque will require several days to clear.
If you’re a UK taxpayer then you cheque donations are potentially eligible for Gift Aid, so make sure you include a Gift Aid declaration form with your cheque.
Postal orders work in a similar way to cheques, but without the need for a back account. Simply buy a Postal Order for the sum you want to donate (up to a maximum of £250) and send it to us by post to:
Noor Orphans Fund
4 Dalston Gardens
The pay by phone just call us on 020 8204 1167 and we will guide you through the steps to make a payment. Alternatively, we can also direct to another mode of payment that you may find more convenient.
There are many ways in which you can donate to the Noor Orphans Fund with no extra cost to yourself. One of these ways is a scheme that we have joined called Give As You Live. In this scheme you can shop online and the retailer will donate a set amount from your purchases to us. All you have to do is download the toolbar from the following website: http://giveasyoulive.com/install and carry on shopping online. You can find out more about Give as you Live here.
If you are a UK taxpayer Gift Aid offers you a simple way to increase the value of your donations by allowing us to reclaim the tax on the donation. So if you donate £1 to us, we will be able to receive £1.25.
We only accept cash donations in our office. You can visit our office at:
4 Dalston Gardens
We are open Monday-Friday 9AM – 5PM
If your employer offers it, making donations directly from your salary (also known as payroll giving) is an easy way to give that guarantees us regular donations.
Payroll giving differs from Gift Aid in that under payroll giving you get all the tax relief on your donation, instead of the 20% basic rate being repaid to the charity. The money is deducted from your salary before tax, so basic taxpayers pay only 80p for every pound donated, whilst higher rate tax payers but only 60p, and top rate tax payers just 55p.
Before setting it up you must first check that your employer offers a payroll giving scheme. Once you have enrolled with the scheme an agreed amount is deducted from your salary each month and paid to payroll giving agency who administers the scheme on the employer’s behalf. All the payroll giving agency needs is our account number: 16167090 and sort code: 60-12-17.