December 3, 2003
SMS Aid to administer Gift Aid tax rebates
SMS Aid, a private company that owns an opt-in database of UK mobile phone owners, has been granted permission by the UK Inland Revenue to claim the tax rebates on donations made under the Gift Aid scheme on behalf of charities using their fundraising initiative, reports 160characters.org.
In their own words:
"SMS Aid is a new and unique charity fundraising initiative
We provide UK registered charities with an additional, sustainable monthly revenue stream - free of charge
We give 50+ million people in the UK the opportunity to support their charity of choice - and it doesn't cost them a penny. SMS Aid is the future of fundraising".
For related articles on fund raising by SMS, check out this category in Textually.org
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