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Become A Patron

You Can Make a Difference

Making a donation as an individual, company, Charitable Trust or Foundation can make a huge difference to our vulnerable youth. We appreciate every donation, big and small, and by making a major gift you can make an enormous impact on the services we provide for our youth.

Why Become A Patron

We provide our Act for Change major donors with:

  • A dedicated report to keep you updated on the impact your gifts are making.

  • Opportunities to visit our facilities you are supporting.

  • Tailored communication to meet your individual interests.

  • Invitations to exclusive events.

  • Opportunities to network with other major donors.

  • Be the first to hear about new projects and developments.

Corporate Patron Scheme

By becoming a Corporate Patron of Act for Change, you will  boost the prosperity of your company through improved corporate social responsibility:

  • Improved company image

  • Employee satisfaction and engagement

  • Generate additional media coverage

  • Advantage over competitors

  • Tax-deductible

Your Contribution

Benefactor:
£25,000 (as a single gift or over 3 years)

Platinum Patron:
£10,000 per annum

Gold Patron:
£5,000 per annum

Patron:
£2,500 per annum

Friend:
£500 per annum

You can make your donation worth 25% more by adding Gift Aid, if you are a UK taxpayer, as Act For Change can claim back the basic rate tax you have already paid on your donation from the government.

Recognising Your Gift

Our team works with donors to find ways to thank them in a way that suits their lifestyle. We can recognise your gift publicly through naming opportunities or

privately through a meeting with one of our Trustees.

Please find out how we can help you achieve your philanthropy goals.


Contact Lea Misan on 07793 656225 or lea@actforchange.org.uk

Thank you to all of our major donors, whose investment in Act for Change has led to priceless opportunities for those less fortunate and for whom, without these gifts, those opportunities would not exist.