Meet Our Team

SGSSH is made up of trustees and a management committee

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Regular SGSSH Activities

There is a regular set of activities that take place at SGSSH. Please come and join us

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Accounts & Donations

See our latest accounts, how to make donations and programme charges

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Please can you assist SGSSH to claim back tax on donations made. We have made the process easier to make your declarations online using the following link. Takes less than 2 minutes to complete!

Gift Aid Declaration Online – CLICK HERE

PLEASE ENCOURAGE ALL FAMILY MEMBERS TO COMPLETE THE FORM.   All we need is the contact details and we will do the rest.

You are able to make donations direct into the SGSSH Gurdwara Sahib Bank account using the following sort code and account number (please use your name as the reference). You can collect your receipt next time you attend the Gurdwara Sahib.

Bank: NatWest
Sort Code: 60-11-10
Account Number: 61715263

To enable us to claim back the tax already paid on your donations, and add 25p to every £1 you donate, please complete the Gift Aid declaration using the link. If there are any questions then please contact one of the management committee members.

Note for Higher rate taxpayers
Did you know that if you are a Higher Rate Taxpayer, paying tax at 40%, you can reclaim £25 yourself for every £100 you donate through Gift Aid? SGSSH (and other charities) can only reclaim the basic rate of tax on Gift Aided donations, no matter whether the donor pays basic rate or higher rate tax. However, HMRC allows higher rate taxpayers to reclaim the difference between basic and higher rate tax themselves. For example, if you pay tax at 40% and you donate £100, SGSSH can claim £25 basic rate Gift Aid, and you can claim £25 for yourself too. This means your gift of £100 has only cost you £75, even though SGSSH has received £125.

You can claim your Gift Aid relief either through the Self-Assessment process, or you can simply write a letter to HMRC telling them how much you have donated through Gift Aid at the end of a Tax Year. If you give regularly, they can then amend your tax code so you get the relief ongoing. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh