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Charitable Collections

Charitable Street Collections

A "Street Collection" is, as it says, a collection of money or pledges of money, made by or on behalf of a Registered Charity. The collection takes place on a public street, or in a public shopping centre, usually involving one or two people with collection tins (i.e. "Poppy Day").

For further information about Charitable Street Collections, including how to apply, and how to comply with the regulations relating to such collections, please click here.

 

Charitable House to House Collections

A "House to House" Collection is when a Charity, or an organisation acting on behalf of a Registered Charity, visits peoples homes, door-to-door, or from one persons home to another, in order to collect money or pledges of money for a specified Charity.

For further information about Charitable Street Collections, including how to apply, and how to comply with the regulations relating to such collections, please click here.