We rely on your support to help older people in Bromley & Greenwich. There are many ways you can donate to us.
Ways to Give
Next time you shop with Amazon think of us - you can nominate Age UK Bromley & Greenwich as your chosen charity, and each time you shop Amazon will donate directly to us at no cost to you!
Giving online is quick and easy. You can make a one-off donation or a regular monthly donation to support our work through our Just Giving page.
Gift Aid and Regular donations
If you are making a donation, please consider completing a Gift Aid Declaration which lets us generate extra income from your donation.
When you donate you have the option to give a small amount each month. If you would like this to go towards one of our specific projects, please note this in your donation text.
What is Gift Aid?
We are not asking for any extra money from you. Gift Aid is a tax relief for charities in the UK to increase donations, at no extra cost to the donor.
When Age UK Bromley & Greenwich receives a donation from a UK taxpayer, the organisation is entitled to claim an extra 25% paid on that donation.
A £10 donation processed with Gift Aid becomes a £12.50 donation.
What do I need to do?
All you have to do is complete and tick a couple of boxes on the Gift Aid declaration form, and the charity can claim 25p for every £1.
Once you have given your permission by filling in the Gift Aid declaration form and sent it to us, there is no need for you to do anything else.
You can also make regular, direct debit, donations to us monthly, quarterly or yearly, straight from your bank account.
You can find out more by following the link.
Where can I get a Gift Aid declaration form?
Please find a form that you can print to use linked below. Alternatively, you can obtain copies from us by calling into the Bromley or Greenwich office.
What your donation could do
pays for two older people to have a delicious cup of tea, cake and a friendly chat at our weekly befriending hubs.
pays for a trained teacher to run a chair-based exercise class to help older people stay strong and avoid falls.
pays for equipment and transport for our volunteers to support older people with household tasks.
pays for daily fuel for our bus to help older people who can't easily get out and about to visit our day centre.