More Ways to Help

How can I give to StGiles?

There are many ways you can give to StGiles.

When you make a donation, you inherently become part of the StGiles family in the knowledge that you have helped each month changing lives day-by-day, for years and years.

Below are just a few ways in which you can help StGiles see the ability within.

We need your support. It’s fun, rewarding and tax deductible.

Regular Giving

A regular monthly gift is the most effective way you can help StGiles now and in years to come. A regular donation each month helps us to plan ahead and start to prepare how we can continue our work to help enhance the lives of hundreds of people living with a disability.

Set up your regular, tax-deductible donation today.

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StGiles welcomes volunteers from all backgrounds, recognising the varied skills and abilities they bring. You can gain new skills, make new friends and have fun, while enjoying the sense of reward that comes from making a difference to the lives of children with a disability.

From fundraising, helping with day-to-day activities or simply participating in an event, your time is extremely valuable to us. As much as one individual can make a difference, imagine the ability within a business can produce with many hands and corporate support.

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Corporate Partners

There are many benefits and ways a business can contribute to partner with us at StGiles. Corporate Donations, Fundraising and Employee Engagement, Workplace Giving and Matched Donations or simply donate Gift-In-Kind.

In these ways and more, every way helps, and is often just the start. We see improved team work and morale and a proudness in achievement making a difference that people share with friends and family. And just like that, we all see the ability within.

Become a Corporate Partner today.

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Bequests and Gifts

We recognise leaving a bequest in a Will to StGiles is one of the most important and compassionate contributions made by an individual or family. It has long lasting, profound effect and touches many lives whilst retaining a wonderful legacy.

The main types of bequest include:

  • Percentage – you can make provision for a percentage of your entire estate.
  • Residuary bequest – after making provision for your family and loved ones, you can choose to give part or the balance of your estate set amount, you can nominate a specific amount of money.
  • Specific items – such as property, shares and life insurance.
  • Whole estate – you can leave your entire estate.

A gift in memory to StGiles is a lasting tribute to the memory of a loved one who has passed away. It is also a meaningful alternative to sending flowers and gives family and friends the opportunity to support the work of StGiles.

Please remember us when considering your Will.

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