Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd. is a registered Scottish charity (number SCO 32430) and we welcome donations from the general public, businesses and organisations that would like to play their part, however small, in helping sustain the variety of innovative projects we’re constantly engaged in.
Every day we use the arts to change lives and with your generosity we can reach more people who need support.
Gift Aid for UK taxpayers
If you’re a UK taxpayer you can fill out a Gift Aid declaration that means we’ll be able to claim tax you’ve already paid, back from the UK government. No matter how you choose to donate, please download and fill out our Gift Aid Declaration and either post or email it to us at the same time as you make your donation. The postal address is: Mairi Sanders, Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd., The Factory, 319 Craigpark Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow, G31 2TB. Please note Gift Aid is only allowed for UK taxpayers.
Donate online by credit card, debit card or Paypal
We use Paypal, a popular, low-cost online payments system to receive donations from cards, e-cheques and Paypal accounts. Paypal is a secure and highly trusted system used worldwide. They process all transactions and won’t pass on your credit card details to us or anyone else. To learn more about Paypal, please click here.
Donate through the post by cheque
Simply send a cheque made payable to Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd. and send it to:
Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd.
319 Craigpark Drive
Donate by bank transfer, standing order or at any Royal Bank of Scotland branch
You can pay donations directly into Impact Arts’ bank account using online banking, telephone banking or over the counter at any Royal Bank of Scotland branch using these details: Account: 00184308 Sort code: 83 22 30
You can also use these details to donate a regular monthly amount to Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd. through a standing order. Most banks allow you to set standing orders up online or you can take it into your local branch and set it up over the counter.
Many thanks! Your donation is greatly appreciated.