Financial Support

The Rothesay Pavilion Charity is a registered charity, accepting grants, gifts in cash or shares and legacies. Tax-effective gifts may be made to the Rothesay Pavilion Charity and donors may themselves benefit from the tax advantages of charitable giving.

Aside from financial help there are many more ways that you can support the Pavilion, please contact us to learn more about the Pavilion and discuss other ways you can help.


If you are a UK tax payer, you may support the project by making a Gift Aid donation. This means that we may reclaim from HMRC the basic rate tax on your gift (at no cost to you). This increases the value of your gift, so that a gift of £100 is worth £125 to the campaign. For a higher-rate tax payer, you receive a tax advantage which represents the difference between the basic tax rate and your own. (Thus a £100 donation would represent a £75 "cost" to 40% tax payer).


If you are not a UK tax payer, a donation of cash, shares or property that may be realised for the benefit of the campaign is very welcome.


If you leave a gift to a charity such as IMPACT Scotland in your Will, its value will be deducted from your estate (your money, possessions and property) before Inheritance Tax is worked out. If your estate is liable to Inheritance Tax, you could reduce the amount due by choosing to give money to charity. You can choose to leave a specific gift of any size, or you can leave the residue or a fraction of your estate once family and friends have been looked after.


Share giving can be amongst the most tax-effective means of support, especially if the shares have appreciated greatly in value in your ownership. Giving shares means you get Income Tax relief on the value of the shares as well as exemption from Capital Gains Tax on disposal. We can advise on the process and would be very pleased to receive financial support in this way.


Supporters in the USA may make tax-deductible gifts through a 501 (C) (3) incorporated organisation which is able to direct support to Rothesay Pavilion Charity, Scotland.

Get in touch

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If you have any questions about how to support the Pavilion or if you are interested in a customised Legacy Package, please contact our Executive Director,  Julie Tait, by email at
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or use this form.