Donate to the Richmond upon Thames Voluntary Fund
All the funds raised by the Voluntary Fund will be allocated to the selected charities for 2022/23 based on their project proposals. Any funds over and above what has been requested from the charities will be divided up between them based on their project monitoring and ongoing capacity.
Before you donate
This is a voluntary scheme, and any amount can be donated.
Our selected charities, Richmond Carers Centre, Off The Record, ADHD Embrace, and the Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation have told us how your donation would be used.
- Weekly respite groups and school holiday activities for young carers
- Counselling sessions for children and young people experiencing a crisis
- One to one advice clinic sessions for a parent or carer supporting a child who has ADHD
- Drug education workshops for children and young people and separate workshops for parents
Find out more about what a donation to one of the selected charities could provide.
There is an option to make a one-off donation or set up a regular gift.
If you are able, please remember to boost your donation by agreeing to Gift Aid. Donating with Gift Aid means charities can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give, at no extra cost to you.
Donate by cheque
Alternatively, you can post a cheque made payable to The Richmond upon Thames Voluntary Fund to the below address.
To boost your donation by agreeing to Gift Aid, print off the Gift Aid form (pdf, 136 KB) and return with your cheque.
The Richmond upon Thames Voluntary Fund
44 York Street
Updated: 08 February 2022