Donations

If you would like to help the work of CRASH either by making a one-off donation or in a planned way by making a small regular standing order to CRASH, your donation will make a real difference to homeless men and women or those young and old with life limiting and terminal illnesses.

CRASH has chosen Virgin Money Giving as our preferred fundraising partners because they are not-for-profit, they don’t charge us a monthly subscription fee, and they don’t charge fees on GiftAid, so more of your money goes to help the people who need it the most.  We want to encourage as many people as we can to donate online and to help raise as much money as possible.  Every penny of the money that you contribute (excluding credit and debit card charges) is paid into CRASH bank account.

Thank you for everything you do to support homeless men and women or those young and old with life limiting and terminal illnesses.  It is your efforts that make CRASH such a unique charity and enable us to directly help the people who need it the most.

How to Donate

You can make a donation to CRASH either by BACs or by cheque. If possible we ask that donations are made by BACs due to bank charges CRASH receives when paying in cheques. Please download the CRASH Donation Form for further details.

Regular Monthly Donations

If you would like to support CRASH by way of a regular monthly donation you can do this either by setting up a standing order, please download the CRASH Donation Form to see our BACs details, or set up a regular donation online via the Virgin Money Giving Website.

About GiftAid

giftaidThrough Gift Aid any donation you give will be worth 28% more, at NO extra cost to you. CRASH will be able to claim 25p for every £1 you have given in the last six years, and any future donations you may make*. The Government will add an extra 3p, so CRASH will receive 28p for every £1 donated. * You must pay an amount of Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax at least equal to the tax that the charity reclaims on your donations in the appropriate tax year.