We are only able to offer the support we do thanks to the generosity of the local community. There are many ways in which you can make a donation.
Here is a snapshot of where your money is used in helping support bereaved children:-
- £10 – provides a schools pack
- £30 – average cost per child to attend a Christmas trip
- £50 – provides a memory box to a bereaved child - these boxes include special books relevant to each child's circumstances, a notepad, a pencil or pen, a wish bracelet and tissues.
- £450 – pays for a family to have a break at our Rainbow Retreat
- £5,000 – average annual cost of Rainbow Group
Payments can also be made directly into our bank account – 20 57 40 13438015 – Don't forget to let us know you've made a payment, so we can thank you.
Give monthly donations
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Donations of goods and services are also gratefully accepted.
It is simple to make a donation of up to £10 straight from your mobile phone. Payments are handled quickly via our partnership with JustGiving
eg for a £5 donation HRCT01 £5
Send to: 70070
and your donation will be added to our funds..
Payments are collected into our account at JustGiving.
The text message is free on all networks and no extra charges will be made to your account. You will receive a text message receipt. If your phone is enabled for online services you will also have the chance to Gift Aid your donation (adding another 25%). Please ensure that you have the bill payer's permission.
Cheques made payable to Harry's Rainbow Charitable Trust, should be sent to:-
7 Warren Yard, Warren Park, Wolverton Mill, Milton Keynes, MK12 5NW
OUR CHARITABLE AIMS
We became a fully registered charity in September 2012. Our registration number is 1149011.
children and young people and their families who have been bereaved through the loss of a significant loved one such as a parent or sibling.
Access to support and advice
Recreational and leisure activities to children and young people in order to improve their conditions of life and to reduce the isolation felt during bereavement, by facilitating contact with other children and young people.
Public awareness of the need for support and guidance and providing access to information about coping with bereavement.