Perhaps you as a meeting house, or as an individual would like to make a one off or regular donation?
Making a donation is easy, here are some options:
Please make cheques or CAF’s payable to:
Friends Therapeutic Community Trust
And send to:
Friends Therapeutic Community Trust,
Gift Aid is one of the simplest and most effective ways of giving to charity.
It is a scheme administered by the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) which allows us to claim 25p for every donated £1. So, for example, if you donate £100 we can claim an extra £25, making your gift worth £125.
For us to claim Gift Aid, you simply need to have paid (or will pay) an amount of income tax and/or capital gains tax that is at least equal to the tax that Friends Therapeutic Community Trust (and other charities Clubs you donate to) will reclaim on your donations in a tax year.
To allow us to claim Gift Aid on your donation, please complete this Gift Aid form and send to us by email or by post to Friends Therapeutic Community Trust, Glebe House, Church Road, Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire CB21 4QH.
Legacies - Remember us in your Will
Over the years, we have been pleasantly surprised to learn that people have remembered us in their Wills. Legacies of course always come at a time of sadness, but have the potential to help us to continue to develop our services and enrich the lives of those we support. A recent legacy is enabling us to renovate the outside games area which our boys use on a daily basis. this legacy was most gratefully received.
As with so many charities, our commissioners only fund the work we do with young people. They do not invest in our buildings, equipment and the extracurricular activities that can make such a difference to the lives of all who live and work at Glebe House.
Could you help us fundraise?
Perhaps you could have a Bake-Sale? Challenge a group to walk 10,000 steps every day for a month? Perhaps a Coffee Morning? There are many ways to fundraise and we are happy to help you with ideas and the setting up your own fundraising drive, just get in touch.
Spread the Word
The work we do is sensitive, and of necessity discreet. Other than local authority commissioners, the probation service and those who audit us or evaluate our impact, few know what we do. We rely on people like you to spread the word about how successfully we transform damaged young lives. If you'd like to learn more, please contact us.