All donations to Oxfam of $5 or over are tax deductible in New Zealand. Claiming your tax and donating it to Oxfam is a fantastic way to make your donation go further. For example, if you donate $100 you are eligible to claim $33. Donating this to Oxfam makes your gift worth $133. Simply hold onto your tax receipts and complete the tax rebate form IR526 after March 31 and add "Oxfam New Zealand" and the bank account details 01 0202 0117805 002 to section 8. Let us know you have donated your rebate by emailing us or phoning us. We'd love to hear from you.
To claim a tax rebate, you need to fill in an IR 526 form.
How do I transfer my tax rebate to Oxfam?
- Fill in the IR526 form
- In BOX 8, enter the name "Oxfam New Zealand" and the bank account details 01 0202 0117805 002. (We've done this for you already).
- Staple your receipts to the back of the form
- Send your completed IR 526 form with receipts to the Inland Revenue. Find the office closest to you.
What happens next?
The rebate will be transferred to Oxfam’s IRD number and then paid out to Oxfam’s bank account, helping us to help more people work their way out of poverty.
Can I get a receipt from Oxfam?
Yes, we can provide you with a tax-deductible receipt for the rebate you transfer to Oxfam, so you can claim a further rebate on this amount next year. Email us at email@example.com or phone 0800 600 700 with: your name, IRD number, address and the amount transferred (Inland Revenue do not provide us with name and address details). We will receipt these funds in your name when they arrive, enabling you to claim a further tax credit next year.