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Help Support The Island Trust

It’s Easy To Help Us!

You can donate to The Island Trust in a number of ways shown below and if you are a UK tax payer you could add a further 25p to every £1 that you give at no extra cost to you by completing a Gift Aid Declaration form.

Whatever amount you are able to give, it will help us to help disabled and disadvantaged young people living in the UK.

Thank you for your generosity.

Online via MyDonate

BT MyDonate takes 0% commission and is a free online fund-raising service where every penny donated goes directly to us.

Donate by Cheque

Please make cheques payable to The Island Trust and post to 10 Manston Terrace, Exeter, Devon EX2 4NP and if you are a UK tax payer don’t forget to include a Gift Aid Declaration form.

Standing Order

You can set up a standing order direct with your bank or complete our Standing Order and Gift Aid Declaration form and post it to : The Island Trust, 10 Manston Terrace, Exeter, Devon EX2 4NP.

Donate via eBay

Support us when buying and selling on eBay:

Add us as a favourite charity to your eBay account and click on the ‘Save as Favourite’ button.
Selling on eBay – you can donate 10-100% of your sale proceeds when you sell an item on eBay.
Buying on eBay – when you pay through eBay Checkout using PayPal, you can choose to make a small donation to us by adding us as a favourite charity on your eBay account.
PayPal Giving Fund passes 100% of the funds you donate to our charity, plus Gift Aid (where applicable).

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Online via PayPal

Donate through PayPal in just a few clicks. 100% of your donation comes to our charity. Donations can be made two ways:
Go to our PayPal Giving page or click on the button below.

Donate with PayPal
Don’t have a PayPal account? You can still donate through PayPal using your credit or debit card by clicking the button above.

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Remember us in your Will

Leaving a legacy gift to The Island Trust is a great way to guarantee that our work with young people suffering deprivation, hardship or disability continues for years to come. Legacy gifts to charity can reduce the rate of inheritance tax. Your Solicitor will be able to talk through the options that are right for you and your circumstances.

Shopping Online

Sign up to givingabit, a free service funded by givingabit’s partner retailers. The retailer donates a percentage of your online spend to your chosen charity. All you need to do is to sign up and visit the shops via givingabit.com.

Once signed up, you can download the ‘forgetmenot’ widget which remembers all the shops that are on givingabit, and shows you which ones create a donation on your google search or when you visit a givingabit partner retailer.

Giving a BitOnce you have ‘forgetmenot’ you don’t need to remember to visit givingabit.com before you shop. Although if you delete your browsing history you will need to login again to givingabit to trigger the ‘forgetmenot’ widget.

Visit our givingabit page and join our community. Sign up and read more about givingabit here.