Supporting Alone in London

Thank you very much for taking the time to learn more about Alone in London.

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Supporting Alone in London

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Supporting Alone in London

Your support will ensure that we can continue to help the many vulnerable young people who contact us or come into our drop-in centre in crisis.

There are many ways you can help us

Supporting Alone in London means making a difference to young people’s lives. You can make a donation, organise your own fundraising event, coffee morning, cake sale, or you could take part in a running, walking or cycling event!

Online Donating or Text to Donate

You can donate via Just Giving or simply send a text message with your chosen amount of money ALON33 £xx to 70070 

Cash or Cheque Donations

You can send cash or cheques to: Alone in London, Fundraising Officer, 48 Provost Street, Unit 6, London, N1 7SU.

Giving by Standing Order

It's easy to donate by standing order, to set up you must be the account holder of a personal bank or building society account then contact your bank and provide them with our bank details and they will do the rest. Contact us for details.

Gift in Memory

A Gift in Memory is a personal and special donation that you can make to support Alone in London. You may want to sponsor a day in memory of a loved one, or to celebrate or honour significant special days. For more information contact Sandra, Fundraising Officer.

Gift Aid

Please remember to Gift Aid your donation to us if possible. Please note you must have paid an amount of income tax in the tax year of the donation. We will be able to reclaim 25% on every £1 given which means when you donate £10.00 we receive £12.50! If you would like to Gift Aid your donation please complete a Gift Aid declaration including your full name, address and postcode.

Gift Aid declaration form can be found here

Currently, each year, it costs over £300,000 to run our services and we reach up to 2,000 young people.

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