Making a donation
Whether you choose to become one our Volunteers or choose to make a Donation, you can be safe in the knowledge that you will be making a much needed contribution to the Spectrum People charity and most importantly helping us to provide activities to the vulnerable people within local community.
Did you know that?
- For every £10 you donate you will pay for a session of refreshments at our Café and Connect Centre.
- Every £15 you donate will pay for a Volunteers travel expenses.
- Every £30 you donate will pay for a Tutor to lead a group of our charity users.
Making a donation to Spectrum people is easy and we offer several different options to suit you.
JustGiving – We currently have our own JustGiving page; here you can make a one off donation or even set up your own Fundraising Event.
Bank Account Payments – You can set up a regular Standing Order with us or do a one off Bank Transfer straight from your bank account to ours.
To set this up simply add the following Spectrum People bank account details:
Payment to: Spectrum People
Sort Code: 60-83-01
Account Number: 20306933
Pay us in Person – You can also pay one of our Volunteers or Charity Workers at one of our local activities or send us a Single Donation Form back through the post.
Gift Aid – Is a Government Scheme that provides charities like Spectrum People to be able to claim back the basic rate tax (25p) on every £1 that you donate. Download our Gift Aid pack to find out more about how you can do this for Spectrum People.
Payroll Giving – If you would like to make a regular monthly donation to Spectrum People, why not check to see if your employer, company or pension provider operates a Payroll Giving Scheme. Your monthly donation will automatically be deducted from your pre-tax wage. Payroll Giving donations are deducted before tax so each £1.00 you give will only cost you 80p, and if you’re a higher rate tax payer it will only cost you 60p.
Legacy Gift – Over the last few years there has been an increase in the amount of people leaving a donation through their Will. Whether you have an existing Will or you are thinking of doing a new Will, your provider can help you through the process of leaving us a gift. Find out more information on how you can do this by visiting the Remember a Charity website.