If You Would Like to Help Us

There are a number of ways by which you can support us and help us to raise the necessary funds to continue our work and fulfil our future goals.


One-off Donation

If you would like to make a one-off donation, you can do so online (see link below) or by sending a cheque or postal order made payable to 'RHLT', to the address at the foot of the page.

As long as you include your name and address, we will send out a letter of thanks to confirm receipt of your generous gift.

regular donations

You might prefer to make a regular monthly donation which you can do through your bank with a standing order.  

 

 

Online Donation

gift aid

Make your donation to RHLT go further with Gift Aid

You might be able to help us stretch your donation even further…

RHLT can claim back the basic rate of tax on any donations received from UK taxpayers.  Every £1 you donate will be worth £1.25 to RHLT.

In order to qualify for Gift Aid:

  • You must be a UK taxpayer
  • You must have paid enough UK Income or Capital Gains Tax to cover ALL of the donations you make to Charities within a tax year

All you need to do is download, complete and return the form.  Otherwise, call or email us – contact details appear below.

gifts by will

You can give people with learning disabilities a brighter future with a gift in your Will.

Wills help you to protect your family’s future whilst they also provide you with an opportunity to support a cause close to your heart.

Including a gift to RHLT in your Will, once you have first taken care of your loved ones, is one of the most lasting and inspirational ways you can support people with learning disabilities.  Not only do you give them the support they need to live their lives more independently, . . . but

  • It’s a gift that will cost you nothing during your lifetime

... but a gift in your Will can help to ensure our work continues long into the future. You don’t have to be wealthy to leave a gift to us in your Will.  Every gift, no matter what size, is welcome and will help to make a significant difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities for years to come.


Restrictive Gifts

We understand that any gift by will may be intended to benefit one of our services in particular.  If so, it is important that these requests are if possible stated as a preference – or as we refer to it, a wish – and not a condition/restriction of the gift.

Restrictive gifts may prevent RHLT from receiving your very special gesture of support in the future if a particular service or house should cease to exist. This could mean that your gift may not be received by RHLT.


Important information

Information which appears at the foot of this page will need to be included in your Will when leaving a gift to RHLT.  In particular:

  • Registered Charity Name
  • Registered Charity Number
  • Registered Address