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We are ever so grateful for your donations and no amount is too small or big. As a charity, we welcome your time as well as your financial support and there are a number of ways in which your donations can be made, the below gives you an idea of where your monetary donations are being spent.

  • £10 pays for 10 people to sit down to a community meal or torch and flask for a Homeless pack
  • £50 buys 5 school bags, 2 Christmas hampers, 5 Christmas presents or 50 Easter eggs
  • £100 pays for Breakfast club for 1 month and pays upto 100 people at the Community meal or 4 Christmas hampers
  • £500 buys a week’s worth of food, in our lean periods, for everyone who comes to the food bank.

Visit Givey and click Donate button where you’ll be asked to set up/key in your account details.

It’s really easy and to Gift Aid your money, simply click Settings, Donations and Edit. Tick box to add Gift Aid which can be claimed retrospectively.

Please contact us for bacs transfer, bank account and standing order details.

Payroll Giving is where money is taken from your salary, before tax is deducted, and the Government tops up the amount. 40% tax payers who donate £12, will effectively give us £20. Likewise 20% tax payers donating £16, will give us £20.

Please make cheques out to The Brett Foundation and contact us for address.

Bequeath money to The Brett Foundation in your will and it’s free from inheritance tax.

Purchase items from Amazon and John Lewis, at easy fundraising and we get a percentage of what you spend.

Ask your friends to donate their greenredeem points; simply sign in, click Donations, choose The Brett Foundation and type in the number of points.

We apply to the Neighbourhood Budget for funding; you can vote to ensure we get allocated money.