We seek to inform our audience about as many tax-advantaged ways to give to our recommended charities as possible. The table below shows how donors from different countries can make tax-deductible donations to each charity. In several countries, donors can give tax-deductibly by giving through an intermediary, who then re-grants their gift to the intended charity. You can find details about how to give tax-deductibly in your country in the FAQ section of our information sheets about each charity; you can also find this information by clicking the charity name in the table.
If your country is not listed in the table, we suggest you consider Against Malaria Foundation and Oxfam, as each are tax-deductible in a wide range of countries. We also recommend that donors from EU countries consult this article about opportunities to claim tax-deductions to charities in the EU.
The information we provide on our site reflects our best understanding of the options available for each charity. If you have any questions or concerns, we encourage you to consult a tax professional and/or a representative from the relevant charities and intermediaries.
* Donating through TLYCS UK allows eligible donors to claim Gift Aid. Gift Aid increases their gift by 25% (minus Prism Admin Fee).
** Donations made directly to Malaria Consortium can be used to fund whatever work they think is highest priority rather than being restricted to the Seasonal Malaria Chemotherapy program.
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