Gift Aid giving you a headache?
Time to take a tablet.
Getting donors to sign up, encouraging volunteers to ask about tax, storing paper forms, submitting claims to HMRC… it feels like no part of Gift Aid is simple. And it can certainly feel like more hard work than it’s worth.
Our tablet-based fully managed Gift Aid service removes all the admin and complications such as understanding legislation, submitting claims to HMRC and relying on old-fashioned paper forms. All you have to do is ask donors to sign up using our intuitive digital form, sell their items, then submit claims with a touch of a button (or choose for this to be done automatically!).
Easier for volunteers, easier for supporters
Replace paper forms with a modern touchscreen interface to reduce human error and ensure compliance. Volunteers don’t have to ask about tax and donors can fill in the form themselves there and then, quickly and easily.
We’ll deal with all the legal stuff
Our system automates Gift Aid claims for an error-free process that maximises revenue and makes submitting to HMRC easy-peasy. We’ll deal with all of your donor communications too for a stress-free Gift Aid claim.
Keep your data safe and secure
From sign up to communication to claims, Wil-U Gift Aid is completely compliant with GDPR and HMRC’s requirements. Data is stored and transferred safely and securely, every step of the way.
Retains all functionality while offline
There’s no need to panic if your Wi-Fi is a little patchy. Our Gift Aid Sign Up app retains all the functionality it needs to keep signing people up for Gift Aid, even when your connection drops.
Meet Nina, a charity shop volunteer who loves raising funds for her favourite cause.
With Wil-U Gift Aid, Nina no longer has to worry about forms going missing or storing paper files in her already cramped shop. Donors are signed up there and then, quickly and easily. As soon as Nina sells a donor’s items, a Gift Aid claim is created automatically. All Nina has to do is submit the claim to HMRC with a touch of a button and know she’s raised more funds for her cause.