Donate now

No matter what amount you decide to give your donation can make a real difference to the care we provide to people with mental health and learning disability needs. £10 could buy a Christmas present for someone staying in our care, or £20 allows us to supply materials for a therapy group and £50 helps pay the travel for a relative to visit someone who is away from their family.

There are many ways in which you can donate to Devon Partnership NHS Trust Charity, which are safe and secure.

One off Donation or Regular Gift

Using JustGiving you make a one off donation or set up a regular monthly gift which will enable has to plan effectively how we can improve our patient experience and wellbeing.

JustTextGiving

Text DPTC18 followed by the amount you want to give e.g. £5, £10, £20, or any other amount to 70070 to donate to Devon Partnership NHS and make a difference today.

Fundraising with JustGiving

Whether you're doing a cake sale, a run, dress down day or a concert, a great way to kick start your fundraising is to set up a JustGiving page, which you can then share with your friends, family and work colleagues. It's quick to set up, brings your fundraising to life and if donations are made by a UK taxpayer gift aid is automatically collected.

Cheque

To pay by cheque please make it payable to the Devon Partnerships NHS Trust Special Charity and send it along with information about your generous donation to:

Daniel Robson
Charitable Funds
Devon Partnership NHS Trust
Wonford House
Dryden Road
Exeter
Devon
EX2 5AF

By Phone

Donations can be made over the phone Monday to Friday 09:00 to 17:00 by contacting 01626 884 544. We accept most major credit cards.

Gift Aid

If you are a UK taxpayer we could potentially claim an extra 25p in every £1 you raise. So if you raise £50 we are able to claim an additional £12.50, or if you raise £200 we can claim an additional £50. Gift Aid makes a huge difference to your donation, to check your eligibility please complete a declaration form and email it to daniel.robson3@nhs.net.

 

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