Other Ways to Give
You can support our work by choosing Rights and Humanity as the charity you support through your sponsored runs, bike rides, swims and other activities.
Recycle your used printer cartridges
Please help us by recycling your old printer cartridges.
Our corporate supporter, Inkxpress will donate money to Rights and Humanity for recycled inkjet and suitable laser cartridges they receive from us.
Please send your old printer cartridges to: Rights and Humanity, 8-10 Princes Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1QT.
Raise Funds When You Search The Web
Register Rights and Humanity as your chosen charity and use easysearch every time you search online. easysearch gives 50% of the fees paid by their advertising sponsors to their participating charities. Click here to register your support for Rights and Humanity http://rightsandhumanity.easysearch.org.uk
Raise Funds For Free When You Shop Online!
We’ve teamed up with easyfundraising, an online shopping directory listing over 400 of your favourite stores, It’s completely FREE to register and use and it doesn’t cost a penny extra to shop and raise funds in this way. All you need to do is log on to the easyfundraising site at http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/rightsandhumanity - then register Rights and Humanity as your chosen charity and start shopping!
Rights and Humanity on eBay
You can buy and sell items on internet auction site eBay and support Rights and Humanity at the same time! If you already sell items on eBay, or would like to, it’s easy to donate a percentage of the final sale price to Rights and Humanity.
With a gift of shares to Rights and Humanity, you get tax relief. Since April 2000 there have been generous tax incentives for individuals to give shares to charity. As a donor you can now claim income tax relief on the value of most shares and securities. You are also exempt from any tax on capital gains that might have arisen if the shares had been sold.
You can claim tax relief equal to the market value of the shares on the day you make the gift, together with any associated costs such as brokers’ fees. The relief is against your income tax for the year. For example, if a higher rate taxpayer gives £1,000 worth of shares to Rights and Humanity, they may pay up to £400 less in income tax that year.