Support Us : Donate

Make a donation right now, using your credit/debit card on Virgin Money Giving or look below for other great ways to donate to the Down’s Syndrome Association.


By Post

Please make cheques payable to the “Down’s Syndrome Association” and send to:-

Fundraising Team
Down’s Syndrome Association
Langdon Down Centre
2a Langdon Park
TW11 9PS

By Phone

Call us on 0333 121 2300 to make a donation over the phone. Ask for the fundraising department.

Regular Donation

To set up a monthly, quarterly or annual donation, please print off and complete the standing order form and return it to us to the address above.

Gift Aid

Visit HMRC’s information page.

Increase the value of your donation at no extra cost to you. If you are a UK tax payer, the government’s Gift Aid scheme means your gift can increase in value by nearly a third at no extra cost to you. This would mean that a gift of £5 a month would actually be worth £6.25 a month to the Down’s Syndrome Association.

If you would like us to claim back the tax on any donation you make then please make sure that you print off, sign and send in our printable Gift Aid Declaration form. There is now no minimum threshold for Gift Aid, this means that we can claim back the tax and boost the value of any gift you make.

Payroll Giving

Do it through work, super easily!

Payroll Giving is a simple and easy way to give to the DSA. Regular donations made through payroll are taken from your salary before tax and the taxman pays the difference. Every pound you give will only cost you 80p…or only 60p if you are a higher rate tax payer.

It is very easy to start Payroll Giving. Just go online to fill in this form. You can find more information about Payroll Giving on our website.

If you have organised a fundraiser for us…

You can transfer the funds you have raised to us directly.

Please email with your address, amount raised and details of how you fundraised and we can provide you with our bank details.

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