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DONATIONS

Can you make a difference?

You most certainly can, all donations are gratefully received, and every penny helps to make a huge difference to the service.

Gift Aid increases your donation, it enables us to claim an extra 25p for every £1 you donate to our good cause. To enable us to claim gift aid, please confirm your name, full address including Postcode and agreed consent for us to claim the gift aid.

If you would like to make a donation, simply send a cheque made payable to “Favell DayServices” in an envelope, tell us which service you would like to benefit and send it to: Trustees, FDS Northants, 2a Stanfield Road, Northampton NN5 6EZ

REGULAR DONATIONS

If you would like to set up a Standing order to donate monthly or make a direct bank transfer please contact us on trustee@fdsnorthants.org.uk

DONATE ONLINE

If you would like to make a contribution online please go to our local giving page which you can find at www.localgiving.org/fdsnorthants

LOCAL GIVING

Even better, why not set up your own fundraising page and raise money in your own way for our great cause!          Go to Local Giving here

Crafting material

By Donating £10 this will help us to purchase craft materials which are used by the members to make items such as cards and pictures


Exercise equipment

By Donating £20 to our Viva2 project would enable us to purchase a much needed piece of gym equipment specially designed for wheelchair users


Medical equipment

By Donating £30 to our equipment fund means we would be able to replace our couches and hoists.


Trips
and Visits

By Donating £40 to our trips fund means we would be able to take members out for a trip to a museum or other places of interest


LEGACIES

More and more people are supporting charities in the form of legacy funding. This is where money is left by someone in their will to a charity.

Making a will and keeping it up to date is paramount, this ensures that your family and friends along with your favourite charity are left your money and possessions.

A request can also be made in your will, that you would prefer donations to your chosen charity, in lieu of flowers from mourners.

A gift from a donor, in a will, is a great honour and it is a compliment to receive, as it means that our organisation meant a lot to that person or their families during their life.