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Make a Donation

Choose whichever means of supporting Age Scotland suits you best and be assured of our gratitude.

Quick, no fuss, secure donations

You can make a one off, quick, no fuss, secure donation online via Just Giving.

Make a regular commitment

By making a regular commitment, you’ll enable Age Scotland’s work, and the older people whose lives it impacts, to thrive. That’s why we’ve called our regular giving scheme, Thrive! If you feel an affinity with our work and wish to make a regular commitment, you can do so via the following methods.

Setting up a Direct Debit
- You can print Age Scotland’s Direct Debit instruction and return it to us at the address on the form – alternatively we can send you one to complete - just call us on 0333 32 32 400.

- Alternatively you can do this securely online via Virgin Money Giving by selecting ‘regular donation’ and choosing the amount you’d like to give each month.

If you’re in employment, you can give regularly via the Give As You Earn scheme (also known as Payroll Giving) which deducts your donation from your monthly salary before tax. This means that on a donation of £5, you’ll actually pay just £4. Please speak to your employer about setting it up.

Traditional methods
Cheques and CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) cheques can be sent to the Fundraising Team at Age Scotland at the address below.

If you prefer human interaction, donations can be made over the phone, with a credit or debit card (processed in accordance with Data Protection legislation) on 0333 32 32 400 or in person at Age Scotland’s office between 9am and 5pm on weekdays.

Age Scotland, Causewayside House, 160 Causewayside, Edinburgh EH9 1PR

Scottish Charity Number SC010100


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Your support ensures we can continue our work with and for older people across Scotland.

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