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100% of your donations will go to the Farm Safety Foundation.
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* Terms and conditions
I am pleased to confirm that I wish to participate in the Pennies from Heaven scheme and hereby authorise my employer above as my agent to collect each pay period from my salary such odd penny balances (maximum 99p per pay period) and to distribute such amounts to the charity shown above. This authorisation is effective from the date I submit this form and shall remain in force until cancelled in writing. If I am a UK Taxpayer I give my consent for Gift Aid to be reclaimed on my donations (this boosts your donation by 25% and costs you nothing) and agree for my employer to provide the charities with my name and address for this purpose only. I understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the current tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations it is my responsibility to pay any difference. It is noted that 100% of my donations will go directly to the nominated charity/charities.
Where the money goes...
While UK farmers are among the best in the world, farming remains one of our country’s most hazardous industries; accounting for 1.5% of workers but 15-20% of all worker fatalities (HSE). We’re the Farm Safety Foundation, an award-winning charity and we’re dedicated to raising awareness of farm safety among young farmers. Our focus is on preparing the next generation of farmers to be responsible, confident and safe farmers of the future and our ambition is clear – to find a way to stop farmers having life changing accidents and dying at work. We’re funding training at colleges throughout the UK to highlight the risks involved in farming and offer practical solutions to addressing these risks. We are also researching the attitudes to farm safety to discover how to challenge and change this risk-taking behaviour. And we’re sharing the work and advice of our farm safety partners.
You can find out more at www.yellowwellies.org.