Please be aware that due to COVID-19 our carers’ groups and courses are taking place online rather than face to face. You can call us on 01992 58 69 69 (9am-5.30pm Mon - Thurs & 9am-4.30pm Fri).
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Here are some of the other ways you can make a difference to lives of unpaid carers. 

If you would like to make a one-off or regular donations, click here

Online Shopping

There are lots of ways in which you can support us through online shopping!

Easy Fundraising

easyfundraising 306 60 is a great way to raise money for charities, schools, sports clubs, community groups, and other good causes just by shopping online. You don’t pay anything extra.

Start supporting us while you shop

Amazon Smile

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When you shop, Amazon could donate some of the price of your purchase to Carers in Hertfordshire.

The AmazonSmile website has the same prices and selection of products as Amazon, but when you shop on AmazonSmile, 0.5% of your eligible purchases will be donated to the charity of your choice

Sign in to AmazonSmile and select Carers in Hertfordshire as your chosen charity

Once you are signed up you can update your app to donate through your phone purchases.

Open your app and find 'Settings' in the main menu (). Tap on 'AmazonSmile' and follow the on-screen instructions to turn on Amazonsmile on your phone. 

Co-op Membership
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Are you a Co-op member? Please select Carers in Hertfordshire and 1% of your purchases will be donated to the charity. 

Sign in to your co-op members and choose Carers in Hertfordshire as your chosen cause. 

Payroll Giving

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

Donations are deducted at source (before tax) which means that every pound pledged is worth more than that. 

A £10 donation to us only costs you:

  • £8 at basic rate tax (20%)
  • £6 at higher rate tax (40%)
  • £5.50 at the 45% rate

For more information call us on 01992 58 69  69 or email .

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