Through intervention and prevention, Ormiston Families supports thousands of children, young people and families across the East of England to help themselves, to develop networks, to recognise their strengths, to overcome their struggles, and to take control of their own wellbeing. But this is not something we can do alone. It’s people like you and me who care deeply for our communities, who can make change happen. Your kindness ensures that we can help people to learn to trust, laugh, believe, and to see a brighter future which had once seemed unimaginable.
How your donation could be used:
£5 a month could provide children with mental health problems with craft materials that enable them to express emotions that are too difficult to talk about.
£20 could buy an emergency food parcel for a family in need.
£50 could buy eight books for children to read at one of our prison visitors’ centres.
£100 could help break the cycle of children being taken into care at great human and financial cost.
Ways to donate
Both one-off and regular donations can be made by simply clicking here.
By Text Message
Text 2ORM to 70450 to donate £2
Text 5ORM to 70450 to donate £5
Text 10ORM to 70450 to donate £10
Texts cost your donation amount plus one standard rate message.
To send a cheque to us in the post, please make your cheque payable to Ormiston Families and post it to: Ormiston Families, Unit 17 The Drift, Nacton Road, Ipswich, IP3 9QR.
By Bank Transfer/Standing Order
To set-up a standing order or to make a one off BACS payment the necessary details can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01473 724517.
Every donation you make to Ormiston Families could be worth more at no extra cost to you just by choosing to Gift Aid it. HMRC will add an extra 25p to every £1 you give.
To see what is eligible and for more FAQs please read the document here.
You can also support us by joining our weekly fundraising lottery
Be in with a chance of winning £25,000 each and every week!
For every £1 entry, 50p comes directly to Ormiston Families.