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The campaign is now over which means you can no longer sign up to support the campaign. Thank you for everyone who supported Give It Back, George -you made the campaign a success.
The cap on income tax reliefs that George Osborne announced in the Budget will negatively affect voluntary organiations, both large and small.
It will discourage the major donors that give large, one-off donations to many charities. And it’s important to remember that today’s gifts are also tomorrow’s grants. These donors are behind many of the grant-giving trusts and foundations that support frontline organisations.
Help us get the decision reversed
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What else you can d0
- Ask your supporters, staff and stakeholders to support the campaign (please link to this page)
- Think about ways you could spread the word at grassroots level, such as writing to your local paper or raising it with your MP.
- Join the debate on Twitter. Please follow the campaign Twitter account @GIB_George. We’ll be tweeting news, views and updates using the hashtag #giveitbackgeorge – please share it widely
Have a look at our supporter page for detailed instructions on how to help the campaign move forward.
Also: Let us know your news and views on the Gift Aid cap. We’re really keen to hear from you if you’re a donor or a charity who might be affected by the measures. Email us: email@example.com