Non-monetary gifts

Donations of possessions or services known as ‘non-monetary gifts’ or ‘gifts in kind’ play an important role in keeping the service running.

Sometimes, with the blessing of their donor, these items are sold on to raise money for the charity. More directly, donations of professional services or medical equipment can help the charity meet an immediate need.

Whatever it is you are thinking of donating, we would love to hear from you.

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Payroll Giving

Payroll giving provides us with a sustainable income, allowing us to plan for the future and support our ongoing research projects.

Donations are taken before tax, which means we receive more of your donation and it costs you less.

You may need to ask your employer if they are signed up to a Payroll Giving scheme, but we are happy to guide you through the process. Please get in touch if you require our support.

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Unclaimed client funds & shares

We also accept donations of shares, as well as solicitors’ unclaimed client funds. To find out more about supporting our service in this way, please get in touch.

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