Can you help? 

We want to help every eligible applicant who comes to us.

However much you are able to give,
it will make a positive difference to someone’s life.

And remember, for UK taxpayers, donations can be worth even more by simply filling in the Gift Aid Declaration Form.

You can also help spread the word by sharing our posts or following us on Facebook.

Choose a donation method

Make a donation online.

You can give on-line in either £ or €. If you are a UK taxpayer, we may be able to claim an extra 25% on your donation in Gift Aid.

Click on the ‘Just Giving’ link below

Transnational Giving in Europe

If you are resident in France, you can also make a tax-efficient donation through the TGE network and the Fondation de France, which will send you a reçu fiscal enabling you to claim tax relief on your gift.

  1. Please click here
  2. Select ‘Royaume-Uni’
  3. Select ‘TGE- British Charitable Fund’

We are happy to receive donations by cheque, in either £ or €, made payable to:
The British Charitable Fund, Paris,
and sent to our office at:
12 rue Barbes
92300 Levallois Perret
France

If you are a UK taxpayer, we may be able to claim an extra 25% on your donation in Gift Aid.

Monthly donations online through the TGE, or through your bank in the U.K. or in France help us to plan for future spending.

Please contact us for payment details.

And remember – if you are a UK taxpayer, we may be able to claim an extra 25% on your donation in Gift Aid.

Just like our incredible marathon runner Kathryn Harrison, you could put your talents to wonderful use and fun(d)raise for the BCF.  Find us on the Just Giving Fundraising Page and you can go from there: a bakeoff, bike ride, all-night chess challenge – every penny counts!

Financial hardship is often the result of a serious illness, bereavement, family breakdown, or loss of employment, through no fault of our own. The BCF is always grateful to receive donations from those who share our determination to alleviate financial distress for UK citizens in France, and who remember us in their will. Indeed, such donations truly are ‘legacies’: a gift given in the past, to those struggling in the present, for a brighter future.