Make a Donation
Thank you for choosing to donate today. There is no upper or lower limit on the size of your donation. Whatever the size of your donation you can be sure that it will go directly to provide breaks for carers in Gloucestershire.
How will your donations make a difference?
The value of small donations come in their quantity and the effect that they can have when they accumulate, we gratefully receive any donations however small.
Here’s some examples of where your money will benefit:
- A monthly donation of £5 built up over a year, would pay for a 3 hour respite break for a family.
- A one off donation of £15 will allow someone with dementia to attend a memory club.
- A £3 donation could subsidise the transport of our Out and About service.
- 20 one off donations of £5 would accumulate to pay for staff and overhead costs for a 3 hour out and about trip for up to 3 people suffering with mental health conditions or learning disabilities.
If you would like to give larger sums of money and discuss what they can be spent on please contact Trudy on 01452 302542 OR email@example.com/strong>
There are plenty of ways to donate
A one off donation
All donations however small will make a difference to the lives of carers in Gloucestershire, to make a one off donation simply click on the link at the top of the page ‘Make a Donation’.
A regular monthly donation
If you are able to commit to a regular donation it is particularly beneficial as it allows us to plan our services from our known income streams and this cuts down our administrative costs. Please contact Trudy in the office on 01452 302542 and she will send you the relevant paperwork.
If you wish to give a donation in memory to a loved one please use the “Make a Donation”link.
A Gift in your Will
Naming Crossroads Care Gloucester as a beneficiary of one of your assets, such as your retirement plan or life assurance policy, is a convenient way to assist the continuing essential care services we provide. Any gift in your Will must be discussed with your legal advisor. For more details please see the ‘Giving in Memory” page.