Fundraising

Why fundraise for us?
Because you can help us change a child's life.

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Some Of The Ways You Can Fundraise

We depend heavily on donations from people like you to fund our work with parents and children. Everyone needs help at some time in their life. Please help us to make a difference to a child's life today.

Ways to help us:

You can make a donation or take part in a challenge to run, cycle or walk and ask your friends and family to sponsor you. Or you can get your business involved or run your own event.

Also every year nationally we run our snowflake appeal to raise funds for children as unique and fragile as snowflakes who are facing tragedy or hardship across the UK.

Donate

Make A Donation

Donations can be currently made via Paypal or BACS payment.

  • Our Paypal email address is office@homestartmidsuffolk.org.uk
  • To donate via BACS our bank account details are: Sort code: 09 01 27 and Account number: 72732270
  • Gift Aid

    Gift Aid Form

    If you are a UK tax payer and would like us to be able to receive an extra 25% on your donation at no cost to you please either fill out and return the gift aid form or email us.

    Easy Fundraising

    Easy Fundraising

    Join easyfundraising and you can collect free donations for us every time you buy something online. It won't cost you a penny extra so please help us to raise funds.


    shop

    Shops

    We now have a Charity shop, a Pop Up shop and an Ebay shop So if you have any unwanted items please support us by bringing them to us. For more information please visit the shops page via the button below.

    Amazon Smile Home Start Mid & West Suffolk

    Amazon Smile

    We are now a member of Amazon Smile to raise funds through Amazon sales. Every time you shop at Amazon through here we get a percentage from Amazon. Please help us by using Amazon smile when shopping on Amazon.

    snowflake Appeal

    Snowflake Appeal

    Run nationally you can raise money any time you like for the Snowflake Appeal. But we go big on it from 1 November to 31 January each year.