There are many other ways to donate to Groundwork including collections at funerals, donating in celebration, or leaving a gift in your will.
Donations in Celebration
Giving to charity through a wedding or civil partnership is an increasingly popular way for couples to make their special day even more meaningful, with guests being given the opportunity to donate to a chosen charity in place of a traditional gift list.
Alternatively, you may want friends and family to donate in place of birthday or anniversary gifts.
Donations in Memory
Thank you for thinking of Groundwork at this time. Lots of people choose to donate to charity in lieu of buying flowers. Donating in memory is a meaningful way to celebrate the life of a loved and supporting a charity that was special to them. By supporting Groundwork in this personal way you are enabling us to continue improving the most disadvantaged places and prospects of young people.
You can create a tribute fund for online donations, this is ideal if any loved ones are unable to attend a funeral. You can do this by creating a tribute page on JustGiving and sharing the link with family and friends so they can donate and share memories.
You can support Groundwork through a collection at a funeral or memorial service, many funeral directors will be able to arrange this for you and forward the donations directly to us.
Please send donations by cheque made payable to ‘Groundwork UK’ to:
5 Scotland Street
Please also include the name of person you are donating in memory of and postal details of the next of kin so that we can write and thank them for the donation.
Leave a Legacy
A legacy can be large or small and does not have to be a choice between your family, friends or favourite charity. You can easily include them all, providing security for loved ones and your continued support for Groundwork.
A legacy of any size really makes a difference in our ability to help change places and lives across the UK. If your thinking of making a charitable bequest to Groundwork please download our legacy information leaflet here.
It's easy to include a gift to Groundwork in your Will, but you should always consult a professional, such as a solicitor or financial adviser, to be sure your Will reflects your exact intentions and you understand tax implications.
If you have already left a gift to Groundwork, thank you. We would really appreciate it if you could let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like more information about leaving a gift in your will download our legacy information leaflet. You can also contact us at email@example.com or call 0121 236 8565
Help us change places and change lives, donate today.