Donations

Personal giving

There are many ways you can make a donation to Warwickshire Young Carers. No matter how large or small, your donation will help us to continue to provide help and support to Young Carers in Warwickshire.

If you are a UK taxpayer Carers Support Service can reclaim the tax you have paid on every donation you make at no extra cost to you. Please send us your completed form.

Leave a Legacy

Leave a legacy in your Will to Warwickshire Young Carers. Your legacy can help us to continue to provide information about our services or practical help to Young Carers. Maybe you would prefer your legacy to be used for a specific part of our work e.g. sponsoring an event for Young Carers in Warwickshire.

Regular Giving

With regular giving you can donate as much or as little as you choose each month, quarter or year. Simply set up a regular standing order, and Warwickshire Young Carers will benefit from your support on a regular basis. Please contact us for the bank account details.

Payroll Giving

If you are in paid employment you might like to consider making a regular donation to Warwickshire Young Carers through payroll giving. Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn or GAYE) is a tax-free way of giving regularly to Warwickshire Young Carers, making it one of the most efficient ways of supporting us.

How Payroll Giving Works

Each time you are paid, a donation is deducted by your Payroll Department before your tax is calculated e.g. if you are a basic rate taxpayer and you pledge £5 per month you pay just £4. The taxman will add the remaining £1 at no cost to you! If you are a higher rate taxpayer then it will cost you even less to donate £5 to Warwickshire Young Carers.

Matched Giving

Some employers offer a 'matched giving' scheme where they match or double your gift at no extra cost to you. Ask your employer is they offer a ‘matched giving’ scheme for staff who make regular donations through the Give As You Earn scheme.

Corporate Sponsorship

Research suggests that 3 in 5 of us will provide unpaid care for another person at some point in our lives. If these statistics are correct, the chances are some of your employees are already providing a ‘caring service’ in conjunction with their paid employment. In which case, it is very likely that they may also need some help and support.