Regular donations are precious to Berkshire Youth – they allow us to anticipate our income, plan ahead and use our funds most effectively to support young people.
Standing orders are the most effective way for us to receive donations and avoid paying an admin fee. To set one up, call your bank, visit a local branch or log onto your online bank account and use the details below.
Berkshire Youth Bank Details
Account Name: Berkshire Youth Ltd
Account no.: 00014918
Sort code: 40-52-40
Ref: Your name or organisation
Gift Aid makes a huge difference to us. We receive an extra 25% and it costs you nothing!
£5 becomes £6.25, £10 becomes £12.50.
If you’re a UK taxpayer, you can make your donations to Berkshire Youth go even further. Just fill in and return a simple form and we can claim back 25p of tax for every pound you donate. If you’ve donated to us or plan to donate in other ways, completing this form will make your money go further.
Please give your full name and home address and tick the relevant box or we cannot claim Gift Aid.
Download Gift Aid Form
Contact us to find out more about Gift Aid or take a look on the Gov.uk website.
You can also support our work by shopping online via Amazon Smile and The Giving Machine. If you select us as your chosen cause, they will make a donation to us every time you shop via their websites. They are easy to use and will cost you nothing.
Another new and fun way to support us is by playing either the Reading Community Lottery or the West Berkshire Lottery and selecting Berkshire Youth as your chosen cause. You may even win their weekly jackpot of £25,000! Players must be aged 16 or above. Tickets for the lotteries cost £1 per week. For full details, please follow the links above.
Alternatively, we run our very own 501 Club which is another fun way to support us. Membership of 501 costs from just £12 per year and helps to raise much needed money for youth activities. What’s more, you have the chance to win a cash prize in our draw which takes place every other month. For more details, or to join, please contact Sue Tabor by email or by telephone on 0118 909 0927.