There are two ways you can set up a regular donation:
1. If you would like to donate regularly through our secure UK online giving site please follow the instructions below. This is the best method for us as Gift Aid is automatically added to your regular donation if you are eligible (UK taxpayer).
• You must register first to MyDonate to set up a regular donation. Follow this link: regular donations to MyDonate, our online giving host, and in the top right hand corner click on ‘register’ then ‘personal’ on the drop down menu and fill in the details
• You should be able to log in straight away to your account once registered though if not, you will need to activate your account by following a link which will be sent automatically to the email address you signed in with. This will take you back to the log in page where you can log in and start to set up your regular donation.
• You can then choose your donation amount in the ‘Your donation’ box and in the drop down menu change ‘single’ to ‘regular’ and choose when you want the donation to leave your bank account and scroll down to confirm all your details and click ‘Next step’. Remember to tick the Gift Aid box if you are eligible.
• Then fill in the card details for the bank you want your regular donation to come from and confirm your security verification if asked.
• And that’s it! Our thank you message will appear and you will have made your difference to the children you support!
2. If you would like to set up a regular donation through our bank account then please contact us and we will send you the details via email.
If you have any problems setting your regular donation please contact us and we will happily talk you through it.
£2 a month could give 15 children clean drinking water at school allowing them to quench their thirst without the risk of getting seriously ill.
£5 a month could give three hungry children a piece of fruit and a hot meal so they can concentrate on learning.
£10 a month could cover the costs of one child during the year, including their teacher, materials and daily food and fruit.
£20 a month could feed 12 children each year with daily food and fruit.
£50 a month could pay for a sustainability plan each year, for example, it could purchase one cow in Plan Moo annually, providing a family with sustainable income and a way to pay for education through the generations.
£150 a month could fund a teacher to teach a class of 30 children. That’s over 3,500 hours of learning a month preparing them all for a better future.