You can donate to any one of our 276 endowment funds which includes wards, departments and hospitals throughout Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire.
Alternatively, donations can be made for the general charitable purposes of the charity which empowers the Trustees to direct the donation to where it is most needed.
How to Donate
For online donations please visit our Just Giving web page. This website enables you to donate online easily and safely with a credit/debit card.
For cash donations, all you need to do is complete our Donations & Legacies Leaflet and give it to the member of staff in charge at ward/department level with your donation.
Cheque & Postal Order
If you intend to pay by cheque or postal order, you should complete our Donations & Legacies leaflet and give it to the member of staff in charge at ward/department level or send it to us by post.
To make a donation using a credit or debit card you can call our telephone donation service on 01324 673 696.
For telephone donations please call 01324 673 696.
If you wish to leave a gift to Forth Valley Giving in your will all you have to do is consult your Solicitor. Alternatively, we can offer you free advice and assistance through the NHS Scotland Central Legal Office. You can request that your gift is used for a particular purpose or leave it to the Trustees of the Charity to decide where it is most needed. Remember, even if you already have a will, you can make an amendment to it at any time.
If you pay tax, Gift Aid is a scheme by which you can give a sum of money to charity and the charity can reclaim from the Inland Revenue basic rate tax on your gift. That increases the value of the gift you make to the charity.
If you Gift Aid your donation, Forth Valley Giving will receive an additional 25p on every £1 you give.
You can make payments by cash, cheque, postal order, direct debit, standing order, debit or credit card or even in a foreign currency (including the euro). Subject to a few rules, you can give any amount, large or small, regular or one-off, and the charity can reclaim the tax.
If you are a higher rate taxpayer, you (the donor) can claim relief on the difference between the basic rate and higher rate of tax via your self assessment claim. However Forth Valley Giving can only ever claim tax back at the standard rate of tax.
If you do not pay tax, you should not use Gift Aid.