Other ways to give

Whether you collect spare change in your house box, donate when you shop online, or leave a gift in your will, there are plenty of ways you can build the hope of young people who need it most.

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Be a Box Coordinator

Box Coordinators have been raising funds for young people since 1882. Last year alone they raised £1.3 million through their charity collection boxes. 

As a Box Coordinator, you will be at the heart of a community, reaching out to friends, family, neighbours, colleagues and other groups. You'll inspire all ages to come together and collect spare change to support young people. 

You can collect in whichever way suits you. Some choose to organise coffee mornings or afternoon teas. Other groups invite volunteer speakers to talk about the important work we do.

We’re always on the lookout for more Box Coordinators so please get in touch to find out more. Email our Supporter Care team or call 0300 303 7000.

Donations

I love knowing that I am doing something to help.

In memory of a loved one

Donate in memory

You can celebrate the life of a loved one by making a donation in their honour. Gifts in memory of a friend or relative provide support for young people across the UK who need hope most. 

Setting up an individual tribute page in your loved one’s name allows family and friends to celebrate their lives and remember them by sharing photos and messages. Here, they can also make donations in lieu of flowers, at special anniversaries, and through other fundraising activities.

For more information please contact our Supporter Care team on 0300 303 7000 or email us.
 

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Leave a gift in your will

A gift in your will could keep hope alive for this country’s children. It could help them stay safe and build a brighter future with our support.

Other ways to donate