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1. Justgiving.com keep it in their Charities trust Account and at the end of the week send 100% to The Movement for Reform Judaism.
2. Justgiving.com reclaim Gift Aid on it by the end of the month.
3. Justgiving.com deduct theirr 5% fee (+VAT) and the credit/debit card fee from the Gift Aid, and send the rest to The Movement for Reform Judaism.
So for every £10 you donate, The Movement for Reform Judaism receives almost £12 (see table below for full details). If your donation isn't eligible for Gift Aid, Justgiving.com subtract all the fees from the donation and send it to The Movement for Reform Judaism at the end of the week.
Unlike most other fundraising methods, The Movement for Reform Judaism only pays for the service after it has made money. That's charities find Justgiving good value. Using Justgiving.com means they we can spend more time and energy on doing good and leave the costly, time-consuming admin stuff to Justgiving.com.
|Credit card||Debit card|
|Gift Aid plus supplement||£2.82||£2.82|
|Justgiving's 5% transaction fee||£0.64||£0.64|
|VAT @ 17.5%||£0.11||£0.11|
|Credit Card fee @ 1.45%||£0.15||-|
|Debit card fee 16p||-||£0.16|
|Total cost to charity||£0.90||£0.91|
Source Justgiving.com 24th September 2008