A gift from you can help in the fight against loneliness across the UK
We rely on the generosity of supporters like you to continue making a difference to lonely, isolated and vulnerable people for today, and the future.
A gift of £10 will help buy a radio for a communal area in a hostel to help bring people together.
A gift of £15 will help to buy a tablet computer which can connect a person with friends, family, find support and more.
A gift of £20 will help to provide an isolated or lonely person with a TV to provide comfort and a window to the world.
Or you could donate by post
Send a cheque to WaveLength Charity Ltd and fill in our donation form (link to donation form). Alternatively, you can download this bank draft form (link to form) to give through your bank. If you pay any tax in the UK, even on savings, we can claim another 25% on your donation. Download this Gift Aid Form (link to form) and send it to us with your cheque or bank draft.
The Loneliness Foundation Fund
To Mark our 80th year, WaveLength is establishing The Loneliness Foundation Fund. “ This will ensure that we are able to help vulnerable people out of loneliness for the next 80 years and beyond
Donate your shares with ShareGift
If you have shares which are uneconomical to sell, you may wish to consider donating them to ShareGift, the share donation charity. ShareGift is an independent UK registered charity (No. 1052686) which specialises in releasing the money locked up in small shareholdings, but which can accept donations of any size. ShareGift works by collecting together small lots of shares until there are enough to sell and then donating the resulting proceeds to a wide range of charities. To date ShareGift has donated over £37 million to more than 3,100 charities. ShareGift make their grants based upon suggestions from donors. You can help support Wavelength by donating any small shareholdings you may have to ShareGift, and mentioning that you support us.
If you are a UK taxpayer, you can claim income tax relief on the value of most stocks and securities when you donate them to a charity. In addition, donating shares charitably gives rise to neither a gain nor a loss for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) purposes. For more information on ShareGift go to www.sharegift.org
If you are a representative of a philanthropic organisation and would like to contribute to our work, please get in touch.