Donate today and help us to support more people.
From bike rides to cake sales, there are lots of ways you can raise money to support our work. Choose us as your workplace charity or set up a team page for you and your friends.
- Fun events, whether it’s an adrenaline fuelled parachute jump or a sponsored walk, kayak, bike ride, swim or round of golf.
- Host a cake sale, barbeque, dinner party or coffee morning.
- Forget toasters – ask for charity donations instead of wedding presents and your big day will change lives.
- Hold a pub quiz, find somewhere to screen a film or have a music night and ask friends to make a donation.
- Give something up – perhaps stop smoking, eating chocolate or drinking alcohol for a month and donate what you save.
- Turn your old car into cash and donate the proceeds – take a look at giveacar.co.uk
Create an online fundraising page
An online fundraising page is an easy way to collect donations. Set one up on JustGiving.
Share your fundraising page on social media. As well as raising money, this will help more survivors and their friends and family know about the support we offer.
Double your money – find out if your employer will offer match funding, where they donate a pound for every pound that you raise. The Big Give match funding
If you are a UK tax payer, please be sure to use Gift Aid, as this means we’ll receive at least 25p on top of every pound you raise.
What your help will do
The damage caused by abuse in childhood can be and often is horrific, but there is always hope for recovery, given the right support.
Last year we took over 5,400 calls on our support line.
- Over the year we trained over 400 professionals to better understand how to support the survivors they work with.
- £5 a month could help us answer even more calls.
- £10 a month could help us train more volunteers to run our support line
- £25 a month could pay towards a support group to help someone come to terms with impacts of their childhood trauma.
Your support will help people to lead more active, engaged and healthy lives, with benefits to their families and society.