Raj K Soni
“Love Strong’

The Raj K Soni Legacy Fund

How you can Donate:

You can contribute monies in these ways:

      Online: for a direct donation go to the Quartet website and pay electronically, making sure you choose  the Raj K Soni Legacy Fund in the drop down           menu, and include the event name and your name in the text free box. Please tick the Gift Aid box if appropriate for you - it means a further 25% for the fund!

 Send cheques payable to ‘Quartet Community Foundation’ to The Sonis at ‘Avonleigh’, Parklands Road, Bristol BS3 2JW. Please write ‘for the Raj K Soni Legacy Fund’ on the back of the cheque and the event you are supporting eg. Swim

       Use the sponsor form we can create for you and send to you for the event you are taking part in;  use the form  to record pledges, remembering to obtain signatures in the           Gift Aid column where appropriate.  Once  you have collected  the money you can either give the sponsor form and monies  to Raj, Sue or Krishna, or send it directly to           Quartet.

Thank You

The Raj K Soni Legacy Fund aims to raise money through sponsored events and donations in order to support and develop local young people through sport and music.

Charity Information:

The Raj K Soni Legacy Fund is ringfenced within Quartet Community Foundation. This link will open a new window in Quartet where you can donate online. (

Quartet is a registered charity (Registration number 1080418), so we can collect Gift Aid for all sponsors who pay income or capital gains tax at least equal to the amount the charity will claim in the tax year.  The impact of this is to turn every £10 you donate into £12.50, provided you confirm you want the Charity to obtain Gift Aid.

All donations will be be applied in accordance with the following Raj K Soni Legacy Fund criteria, namely:

1) For the benefit of the community in the West of England (covering the four unitary authorities of Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire);

2) Within that, to support local charities, voluntary and community groups and organisations working with young people up to the age of 21 to provide them with sporting or musical opportunities they would not otherwise have.

Quartet helps us to identify suitable projects for support from the Legacy Fund and we will report back via this website on how the money has been spent.