We deliver our services through volunteers and are funded by charitable donations.
One Off Donations
You can provide a one-off donation by selecting from the options below:
Send a cheque payable to ‘TimeNorfolk’ to:
70 Catton Grove Road
Please consider giving through a Monthly payment; regular donations provide sustainability, flexibility and enable us to plan ahead. One third of our income comes from people giving monthly donations
Virgin Money Giving
You can make a monthly payment to us via Virgin Money Giving.
You may also consider giving through a standing order.
Standing Order Form and Gift Aid form
TimeNorfolk Standing order
Alternatively ring us on 01603 482732 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a standing order form.
Leave a Gift in your Will
When leaving a gift to us in your Will please use our full name, registered address and registered charity number:
70 Catton Grove Road
Registered Charity No. 1157905
Frequently asked questions
Do I really need a Will?
Having a Will isn’t a legal requirement, but it’s the only way to ensure that your estate is passed on to the people and charities that you want it to go to. Without a Will, it’s the legal system that will decide who receives what from your estate.
What is Inheritance Tax and how does it affect me?
Inheritance Tax (IHT) is a tax that is charged on the portion of your estate that exceeds a certain level at the time of your death. A gift to charity in your Will could reduce your liability. The current IHT threshold (as of June 2011) is £325,000. If the value of your estate, including your home, is above this, you’ll have to pay the current 40% rate of IHT on that additional amount.
Since 6 April 2012 however, your IHT rate will be cut to 36% if you leave at least 10% of your estate to a registered charity.
Everybody’s financial affairs are different, so we always recommend talking to your solicitor or financial advisor.
What if I want to change something?
It’s important to regularly review your Will, to take into account any changes in your life and to Inheritance Tax rules. If you’ve already made a Will, it’s easy to add a gift to a charity by using what’s called a ‘Codicil’ – to find out more, just ask your solicitor.
What wording should I use to include a gift to Time Norfolk in my Will?
We strongly recommend you have your Will drafted by a solicitor to ensure your wishes are properly carried out.
Can Time Norfolk act as executor of my Will?
Unfortunately we can’t act as the executor of your Will. This is because we do not have the resources to manage it and also because we don’t have Trust Corporation status which you need to have to be an executor of a Will.
If you would like information about leaving a legacy to TimeNorfolk in your will please call 01603 482732 and ask to speak to Jo Ford