Make a difference to Richmond AID – make a Donation!
Richmond AID welcomes all donations – these are vital gifts that help to keep our services free, provide essential training for our volunteers, help to keep our information up to date, and pay for some of the publishing and postage costs for our Newsletter, Disability Information Handbook and leaflets. Please remember to Gift Aid your donation if you are a UK Tax Payer so we can receive an additional 25% at no further cost to you.
Stuck for gift ideas?
Do you find it difficult coming up with gift ideas for birthdays, Christmas, Weddings, Mother or Father’s Day or anniversaries, either for yourself or for others? Then why not consider making a donation to Richmond AID. Donations will make a long-lasting impact on disabled people in Richmond and are a positive way of contributing to your local community.
How to Donate
If you would like to make a positive contribution to our work, then why not make a donation. Please remember to Gift Aid your donation if you are a UK Tax Payer so we can receive an additional 25% at no further cost to you.
There are several ways you can donate to Richmond AID:
Online: *Make a payment direct to our secure PayPal account. You can use your Credit or Debit Card to make a payment or use your own PayPal account to simply transfer an amount.
By post: **Send a cheque made payable to ‘Richmond AID’ to Richmond AID at:
4 Waldegrave Road
For security reasons, we recommend you do not send cash by post.
In person: You can also visit our office in Teddington to drop off a donation in cash or by cheque – visit our Contact Us page for directions.
Gift Aid is Tax Relief on money donated to UK charities. Richmond AID can claim Gift Aid on donations from UK Income Tax and/ or Capital Gains Tax payers. As the donor, you must pay enough UK income tax and/or Capital Gains Tax to cover the amount of tax we will reclaim. This will cost you nothing but makes a big difference to how much money we will receive.
To make a Gift Aid Declaration
*For online donations – please ensure you complete the required checkbox and provide the required details.
**For donations by post or in person – please download and complete the form below and include with your donation.Donation Form (PDF) (704 downloads)
Other Ways of Making a Difference
In Memoriam Giving
You can make a donation in memory of a loved one or close friend by giving to their favourite charity. This is a unique way of remembering them and doing something positive at the same time.
If you not able to make a donation, why not consider volunteering?
Volunteers are an essential part of our team – it is thanks to them that we are able to provide a full service. Go to our Volunteering Opportunities page for more information.