Easy to use Gift Aid solutions and supporting services for Charities

with over 100 UK Charity customers, BMc Azurri are the fastest growing Charity IT specialists

Small to Medium Charities and Hospices

Currently working with over 100 independent charity organisations since our inception in 2011, we are one of the fastest growing suppliers in the Charity retail sector. Our customers include many smaller independent charity operations including Hospices.

Large Charity Organisations

Our unique breadth of products and services are ideally suited to large charities and we currently work with The Salvation Army, The British Heart Foundation and Samaritans delivering Gift Aid Software and IT Services from a single charity specific supplier.

Our unique gift aid solutions are suitable for charities of all sizes Learn More

The Salvation Army's objectives were met

BMc Azurri provided us with an affordable solution that has successfully met our objectives. The shop staff have found the system really easy to use and because BMc Azurri handle all the administration we have been able to implement the system with no additional resource requirement, or disruption to our current operations. The stability of the system and the information provided to us has enabled us to easily expand our shop estate by 50%".

Salvation Army Trading Co.

Beverley Phillips

BMc Azurri help Bury Hospice to get in-store Gift Aid back on track

Bob listened and was open and approachable and didn’t sell an all singing all dancing solution. The costing was very transparent and there was no misunderstanding over the costs. We love the fact that it is a personal relationship with Bob and Iain, something we simply didn’t have in the past. They also have a good team of staff who really know what they are doing. The fact that they are all charity specific and not general retail means they understand our challenges and how the whole thing works. There’s no need to get them up to speed because they already know the industry which means we are all working on the same page.


Bury Hospice

Sam Duncan