By making a donation to support ICIN’s vital charity work you will be making a real difference to the quality of life of Iraqi Christians in Iraq and overseas. To find out where your charitable donations go, please visit our Projects Page.
Thank you for sharing what you have with those who have nothing.
Credit / debit card or Paypal account
The easiest way to donate to ICIN is by using a credit or debit card. Please click on the Donate button, you will be redirected to PayPal where you can enter an amount and pay even if you don’t have a PayPal account. Please take a moment to also fill out the Git Aid form at the bottom of this page.
Internet and Bank Transfers
If you wish to make a bank transfer directly to the ICIN bank account, the account details are below.
Sort Code: 40-47-19
A/C No. 31373927
Swift Code MIDLGB22
Sort Code: 40-05-15
A/C No. 67547616
We can also http://healthsavy.com accept donations by cheque. Cheques should be made payable to Iraqi Christians In Need (ICIN).
Please send your cheque by post to the following address:
ICIN (Iraqi Christians In Need)
43 Queen’s Drive
If you are a UK taxpayer, using Gift Aid means that for every pound you give, we can claim an extra 25 pence from HM Revenue & Customs, provided that your total donations are not more than four times what you have paid in income tax and/or capital gains tax in that tax year (6 April to 5 April). Also, if you pay tax at a rate of 40% or above, you can claim the difference between the higher and basic rate on your donations.
The easiest way to Gift Aid your past, present and future donations is to complete and submit the online form below.
If you would prefer to return a form to us by post, this can be downloaded here.
Please notify ICIN if you:
- Want to cancel this declaration
- Change your name or home address
- No longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains
If you pay Income Tax at the higher or additional rate and want to receive the additional tax relief due to you, you must include all your Gift Aid donations on your Self-Assessment tax return or ask HM Revenue and Customs to adjust your tax code.