Our families can use our clubs all year round to make sure they get a regular break. There are many ways that you can help us to keep this support going for families with children with disabilities. If you would like to start supporting us we would love to hear from you. Our CEO, Gareth Jones, is responsible for fundraising and our community links.
By making a regular gift you can make a big difference and spread the cost over time. To start making a regular donation go to our TotalGiving.com or JustGiving.com page or contact our office to set up a regular payment directly with your bank through a standing order.
One Off Donation
Send a cheque addressed to ‘Malvern Special Families’ with a Giving Form to our office, or email our CEO, Gareth Jones, to arrange to make a donation in person or directly into our bank account.
Payroll Giving is a way for employees to make regular and one-off payments to charity directly from their pay. You can also do this if you receive a company or personal pension through PAYE (Pay As You Earn).
This is the most tax efficient way of giving as payments you make to charity are deducted from your pay before tax is deducted (but not before National Insurance contributions), so you get tax relief on your donation immediately.
It is easy to set up a Payroll Giving Scheme for your business and there’s little in the way of cost and administration, as many payroll systems can handle Payroll giving without any adaptations.
If you are interested in setting up a Payroll Giving Scheme for your business, or if you want to suggest to your employer that they set up a scheme, please give our CEO, Gareth, a call.
Donate in Memory
It’s hard to lose someone you love. Donating to a charity that was important to them can help bring comfort during a sad and difficult time. It may also help fulfill their charitable giving wishes if Malvern Special Families charity was close to their heart.
It’s easy to set up an online giving page where people can donate and write messages about your loved one.
Your our family and friends may also wish to donate in memory of them during a charitable collection.
Leaving a charitable gift in your will can leave a lasting legacy and help create a more positive future for children with disabilities.
Our small charity is very grateful for any gift left in a will, no matter how big or small.
If you would like to find out more, or to request a legacy giving pack, please contact our office or email Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can leave a gift to Malvern Special families through your will and its value will be deducted from your estate (your money, possessions and property) before Inheritance Tax is worked out.
If your estate is liable to Inheritance Tax, you could reduce the amount due by choosing to give money to charity. You can either leave a fixed sum (known as a ‘Pecuniary Legacy’), or part or all of your estate once other gifts have been distributed (known as a ‘Residuary Legacy’).
You can get free and independent advice about making a will from organisations like Citizens Advice and Age Concern.
It is a good idea to use a solicitor, or have a solicitor check a will that you have drawn up, to ensure that it’s valid and that your wishes are carried out.
If you want to include Malvern Special Families in your will you will need to:
Specify our full name – Malvern Special Families,
Our charity number: 1143655,
Our address: First Floor Offices, 73 Church Street,
Malvern Worcestershire, WR14 2AE
We would be grateful if you would let us know that’s what you have done.