Make a regular Donation
By becoming a Foundation Supporter, you can help to transform the lives of homeless people - helping them off the streets and back into accommodation.
Around 100 street homeless people visit the West London Day Centre every day and as well as meeting their basic needs for food, showers, clothing and health services, we work hard to help them move back into accommodation.
Through small but regular donations, you can help us to develop a firmer financial foundation, enabling us to respond to future challenges and the changing needs of homeless people.
To set up a monthly donation to the West London Day Centre please complete and return a standing order form or use the below 'subscribe' button to set up a monthly donation online through PayPal.
If you are eligible to claim Gift Aid, an extra 25p will be added to every £1 you donate at no extra cost - please do let us know if you would like us to claim Gift Aid on your donation.
Am I eligible to claim Gift Aid?
To qualify for Gift Aid, what you pay in income or capital gains tax must at least equal the amount WLDC will claim in the tax year. By stating that you would like us to claim Gift Aid on your donation, you confirm that you are a UK taxpayer and would like all your donations (past, present and future) to WLM to be treated as Gift Aid Donations until you notify otherwise.
How you can help homeless people?
- £100 could sponsor a morning serving a hot breakfast to around 65 homeless people - engaging them in structured support services to address their issues and help them move back into accommodation.
- £50 could sponsor our Advice and Referrals Service one morning a month, providing individual support for up to 20 homeless people.
- £25 could provide an assessment and immediate referral into emergency accommodation for six new rough sleepers in a morning.
- £10 could provide an afternoon of one-to-one support to help a homeless person to find paid work.
- £4 a month (with Gift Aid) could buy a hot breakfast once a week for a homeless person.