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Charities claiming a tax repayment

‚ÄčThe claim for the tax repayment must be made by the charity, not the person making the donation.

Lump sum donations made using the paper R10 lump sum donation certificate

In order to ensure your claim is processed quickly and accurately you should be submitting your claim quarterly on a schedule which includes the following information:

  • name of the charity
  • tax identification number (TIN) of the charity
  • Jersey registered charity number 
  • donor's name
  • donor's tax identification number (TIN)
  • amount donated (net)
  • the gross amount of the payment (the net amount grossed up by 20p in the pound)
  • the amount of income tax deducted (the gross minus the net which equals the repayment due)
  • the total amount of your claim

The completed vouchers must also be submitted with each claim.

Download lump sum donation claim form

Lump sum donation schedule for paper lump sum donation certificates

You should always send in donation certificates attached to a schedule or a covering letter as not doing so could delay your claim.

Lump sum donations from online giving

If you have an online giving page set up, you can submit your repayment claim by email to Revenue Jersey quoting your charity's tax identification number (TIN) with the subject heading 'online giving.'

Submit your claim quarterly, in a spreadsheet with the following column headings:

  • charity's name
  • charity's tax identification number (TIN)
  • Jersey registered charity number
  • donor's name
  • donor's tax identification number (TIN)
  • confirmation that each donor has met all the requirements for the lump sum donation scheme
  • date of donation
  • amount donated (net)
  • amount of repayment
  • unique payment reference (transaction id)

You can find more information about setting up an online donation page at the Association of Jersey Charities website.

Jersey charities website

Compliance audits

As part of its annual compliance programme, Revenue Jersey may undertake an audit of the claims made by a charity through online giving. It is essential therefore, that charities hold and maintain records that will validate the donations and claims made.

Deed of covenant donations

The original deeds of covenant must be sent to us, these will be authorised and returned to you. If there are a number of covenants made, these should be sent in batches to us (rather than individually).

To then make a claim for repayment of tax, you need to submit:

  • a completed and signed (by the donor) form R10(AP)
  • a reclaim schedule which provides a summary of the repayment claim

Frequency of making a repayment claim for deeds of covenant

Repayment claims should normally be made on an annual basis or, if sums are significant, claims can be made quarterly.

Download deed of covenant claim form (size 10kb)
Download deed of covenant schedule (size 47kb)



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