Paradise 4 Kids

Donate – P4K – UK

Currently donations from United Kingdom can only be accepted by the below methods.

Tax Deductible & Gift Aid acceptable

The methods in this column are Tax Deductible, that are used by Fr Themi under the guidelines of the HMRC by way of Grants which adhere to strict Accountability and Transparent reporting.
“My Donate” is one of our Methods of Donating
by Cards ONLY.
Donate once or regularly, the choice is yours.
Choose to Gift Aid it (25% bonus) or not.
Automated Receipts to you nominated e-mail.
No fees; ( Standard Card Fees only).

100% goes to help Fr Themi & the poor

1.Download our Form
2. Complete Form
3. Email or Post
(details on the form)

Use this method if Donating by your bank account.
“Donate Form” is our PREFERRED Method when
Donating by Bank Account.

Give Once Online Donations via Paypal with Gift Aid option.
How do I make a Gift Aid Declaration?-
After you’ve made your donation, you will receive your receipt by return email.
On your receipt you’ll see the option to make a Gift Aid declaration.
Click “Add Gift Aid” and follow the prompts.
Give Monthly
Online Donations via Paypal


(Donation added to your Phone Bill)
Donate by Texting
the code “PKUK18
plus any of the Amounts
of 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 pounds
or any amount you wish
to 70070
(Donation added to your Phone Bill)
Donate by Texting
George Tsiappourdhi on
+4407738062863 your Phone number.
George will then call you back.
We can process almost any
type of Card by Phone and then email your receipt.

Leicester Customer Service Centre
11 Western Boulevard,
Bede Island, LE2 7EJ
Account name: Paradise 4 Kids
Sort code: 52-21-00
Account no: 18907806
Certificate of Validation ( Data Security Standard).
Gift Aid Explained.
Gift Aid allows individuals who are subject to UK income tax to complete a simple, short declaration that they are a UK taxpayer.
Any cash donations that the taxpayer makes to the charity after making a declaration are treated as being made after deduction of income tax at the basic rate (20% in 2011), and the charity can reclaim the basic rate income tax paid on the gift from HMRC.
For a basic-rate taxpayer, this adds approximately 25% to the value of any gift made under Gift Aid.
Higher-rate taxpayers can claim income tax relief, above and beyond the amount claimed directly by the charities.
The rate of the relief for higher-rate taxpayers in 2011 is usually 20%, the difference between the basic rate (20%) and the higher rate (40%) of income tax, although recipients of dividend income (taxed at 10% and 32.5%) can achieve a higher rate of tax relief (22.5%).

Originally, declarations had to be made in writing. Declarations can now be made orally, but the charity must confirm the declaration in writing and keep a copy of the confirmation. If the taxpayer incorrectly makes a declaration, the charity is still able to reclaim the tax that should have been paid on the gift.

Gift Aid can only be reclaimed on money donated by UK taxpayers. Non-UK taxpayers can make donations. However as HMRC is making payment to the charity but there has been no source tax paid by the donor, HMRC has power to collect the equivalent sum from the donor.

Gift Aid is only for donations by the donor. It cannot be claimed on other people’s donations – for example, if someone collects money from several people, each person would have to make a Gift Aid declaration for their portion. It also cannot be claimed for money where the donor received something in return, e.g. purchasing goods from a charity store, or buying a ticket in a charity raffle, as these are not strictly donations. In the case of donated goods, Gift Aid can still be claimed via the donor of the goods, not the purchaser.

To comply with HMRC guidelines, every penny we send Fr Themi for his missionary work must be written into a “Grant” and the funds can only be spent along the Grant Application guidelines.
For example, if we apply funds to build an Orphanage, these funds can only be spent building the Orphanage; if we apply funds to feed the poor, Fr Themi is limited to the figure and method in the grant as to how he spends the funds.

On the 24 November 2017 we received from The Charity Commission for England and Wales our Registered Charity Number 1175916
While on 19 January 2018 we received our Gift Aid reference # EW86484
Paradise 4 Kids, has the ultimate authority to use donor contributions at its discretion in furtherance of its exempt purposes.
We look forward to putting your contribution to good use to support those suffering from poverty, violence, sickness, and a lack of education in Africa and throughout the world

P4K-UK-LOGO-small-V2-JPEGContact us

Paradise 4 Kids United Kingdom, (P4K-UK) is a full volunteer organisation.
In the UK operating as sister organisations with of Paradise 4 Kids Inc USA (P4K-USA),
Paradise 4 Kids Cyprus (P4L-Cy) and Paradise 4 Kids Australia (P4K-AU).
No person or persons receive any remuneration.
The website and its maintenance are kindly donated by 2plik8 Studios.
UK Head Office – 207 Wolverhampton Road
Pelsall, WS34AW
UK Director – George Tsiappourdhi
Cell/Mob +44 [0] 773 806 2863

International Head Office – Brisbane, Australia
International Director – Louis Toumbas, Email: pk4a [at]
Cell/Mob: +61 [0] 411 739 379

Paradise 4 Kids, has the ultimate authority to use donor contributions at its discretion in furtherance of its exempt purposes.  We look forward to putting your contribution to good use to support those suffering from poverty, violence, sickness, and a lack of education in Western Africa and throughout the world.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email