Why support Arts & Health South West?
Arts & Health South West is a charitable organisation (Registered in England Charity No. 1115339) which provides information, support and advocacy for people who believe in the value of creativity in enhancing people’s health and wellbeing.
If you believe that too, then please support us.
There are several ways in which you can make a donation to Arts & Health South West:
Donations via PayPal
PayPal accepts all major credit and debit cards; you do not need to have a PayPal account.
2. By Cheque
If you prefer to make a donation by cheque, please download our Donation Form.
3. By Standing Order
To make a regular donation to AHSW by Standing Order, please download the Standing Order Form.
If you are a UK taxpayer, AHSW can reclaim 25p in tax for every pound you donate at no extra cost to you but we will need you to complete a Gift Aid Declaration.
4. Easy Fundraising
Shop Online and Raise Money for AHSW!
easyfundraising is an easy way to help raise money for Arts & Health South West. If you already shop online with retailers such as Amazon, M&S, Argos, John Lewis, Comet, Vodafone, eBay, Boden and Play.com, then you can sign up for free and then raise money for Arts & health South West while you shop.
How it works
You shop directly with the retailer as you would normally, but if you sign up to http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/ahsw and use the links on the site to take you to the retailer, then a percentage of whatever you spend comes directly to us and it doesn’t cost you any extra. For example, if you spend £100 with M&S online or Amazon, you raise £2.50 for AHSW. There are more than 2,000 retailers on their site, and some of the donations can be as much as 15% of your purchase. easyfundraising is free to use and you’ll get access to hundreds of exclusive discounts and voucher codes, so not only will you be helping AHSW, you’ll be saving yourself money.
Please sign up at http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/ahsw and start shopping!
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