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Help us to make a difference

Ways to donate

You’re the reason we can keep providing the services we do and supporting people with Down’s syndrome. No matter how you choose to support us, your donation will mean that we can help provide our young people with the same opportunities as everyone else. 


Ways to donate

There are many ways you can help us to continue the incredible work we do. Donating to us is easy. Click on any of the options below. A £10 donation would pay for a weeks speech and language therapy for one child with Down’s syndrome.

If you’re a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid is a government scheme that increases the value of your charity donations by 25%. This is because was can reclaim the basic rate of tax from HM Revenue & Customs on your gift at no extra cost to you. So for every £1 you give, we will receive £1.25. All we need from you is a single GiftAid declaration.


Shopping online?

Do you shop online? If so, you can raise money while you shop.

AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Every time you buy an eligible product, Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) to your chosen charity.

EasyFundraising

Do you shop at Boots, Argos, WHSmith, Marks & Spencers, John Lewis, or Sainsbury’s? Easyfundraising brings together more than 2700 retailers. With each purchase you make, a percentage will be donated to us at no extra cost to you. Register now.

Give as you live

Give as you Live Online is a free and easy way to raise money for your favourite charity, just by shopping online. Once you’ve signed up, click ‘shop & raise’ to go to their website, then continue to shop as normal.

Recycle 4 charity

You can raise money by recycling your printer cartridges using our dedicated envelopes. We receive £1 for every ink cartridge. Why not ask your friends and family to do this too. Request your envelopes here

Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving is a great way to donate to us. If you earn a salary or if your occupational pension is paid through PAYE then you could make regular contributions through a Payroll Giving scheme. A donation will be deducted from your salary or pension before tax. This means it costs you less to help us. You decide how much you would like to give each pay day.

Swindon Down's Syndrome Group

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