We rely on the generosity of people like you to help us continue our vital work with homeless and vulnerable people.
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West London Day Centre, 134-136 Seymour Place, London W1H 1NT
Single donation – If you wish to donate offline, you can send a cheque made payable to West London Day Centre. Please print out and complete a Gift Aid declaration form if you are a UK tax payer
Monthly donation – Regular gifts from committed donors help us to continue our vital work and plan for the future. A small monthly donation makes a real difference over a year. If you would like to make a regular donation to the West London Day Centre, please complete and return a monthly donation form.
Give As You Earn:
You can make a regular donation to West London Day Centre through payroll giving, whereby contributions are deducted before tax. For a basic rate tax-payer, every pound given only costs you 80p – even less for higher rate taxpayers.
How could your donation help?
- £1.20 breakfast voucher for a client with no money
- £4 travel for a client’s interview or other appointment
- £12 getting a client’s birth certificate for ID purposes
- £75 one mornings advice session
- £80 getting a client a passport
- £150 costs of the showers for a week
- £700 new computer and printer for the Work and training Room
- £2,000 annual running costs of the weekly chess group
- £3,000 costs for a full time residential volunteer for a six month placement
Gifts in kind:
If you have any of the below items or would like to purchase something for the West London Day Centre please contact Mark Palframan on 020 7569 5915 or email Mark.Palframan@wlm.org.uk
- Art materials
- Clothes, smart clothes for interviews
- Cut flowers for the Day Centre
- Food – particularly things like bread, baked beans etc for the breakfasts
- Gardening tools, Tomato plants, or other plants for the allotment
- Mobile phones
- Musical instruments
- New clothes like socks, underwear, gloves, Second hand clothes for the clothing store
- Shoes – our visiting podiatrist has requested more men’s lace up shoes
- Tins of meat
- Toiletries – small shampoos, soaps, toothpaste, etc for the clients to use in the showers
- Work clothes, boots, outdoor clothes etc