Santo Mann, a Carers in Hertfordshire Trustee, receiving a donation from Juanita Prescott, Health and Well Being Manager, Stevenage Leisure Ltd.  Also pictured are Kimberly Creak, Principal, Premiere School of Dance and Stephen Sapsed, Principal, Angelz Commercial Dance and Performing Arts, who organised the choreography for their variety show. Santo Mann, a Carers in Hertfordshire Trustee, receiving a donation from Juanita Prescott, Health and Well Being Manager, Stevenage Leisure Ltd. Also pictured are Kimberly Creak, Principal, Premiere School of Dance and Stephen Sapsed, Principal, Angelz Commercial Dance and Performing Arts, who organised the choreography for their variety show.

There are so many ways to get involved in fundraising activities to help us to help carers living and working in Hertfordshire. 

Have a look at our Past events pages for inspiration for fundraising ideas and find out who are our current Corporate Supporters. Why not come along and support an even or join our volunteering team? 

Donations

We welcome donations, however large or small. 

You can make a donation online with your credit or debit card by clicking on the mydonate button, right, or by sending a cheque to: Carers in Hertfordshire, The Red House, 119 Fore Street, Hertford, SG14 1AX. 

You can also make a regular donation to us by arranging a standing order with your bank.  Please contact us for a standing order form.

Payroll Giving

You can also support us by contributing directly through your payroll.

Donations are deducted at source (before tax) which means that every pound pledged is worth more than that.   For more information call Linda Cudmore on 01992 58 69 69.  

Remembering Carers in Hertfordshire in your Will

If you are making or renewing your will, please remember us.  Your legacy could make a real difference for years to come.  There are a number of options you may wish to consider:

A residuary legacy – which means you leave Carers in Hertfordshire all or part of your estate once other gifts to family and friends have been distributed.

Or a pecuniary legacy – which is a fixed sum of money.

If you wish to include a legacy in your will you can download our Legacy document which you may find useful.

Gift Aid

Providing you pay income tax, all your donations can be treated under the Gift Aid Scheme.  This means that for every £1 you donate, we can claim an additional 25p from the taxman.  Signing up for Gift Aid is easy, simply tick the box on our BT MyDonate page or download our Gift Aid form and send it back to us together with your donation. 

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