We are supported by individual donors who believe in the work we do; some donate regular payments by standing order and others make one-off gifts. We are grateful to all of them for their generous support which enables us to continue and develop our work.
Donations help us in many ways:
- supporting our affordable clinic and subsidised therapy, helping us to keep our costs down
- providing bursaries for trainees who cannot afford full fees
- developing new services, such as ‘life histories’ groups for older people and undertaking research to improve the services we offer
- improving our efficiency, for example, with better IT systems
- enhancing our communications, so that more people know about us
Donate (PayPal, Debit/Credit Card or Cheque)
You can make a donation online using PayPal, or telephone 020 7378 2000 to make a donation via debit/credit card, or send a cheque made out to ‘WPF Therapy’.
23 Magdalen Street
Giving under Gift Aid means more money can be raised at no extra cost to the donor.
If you are a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid increases the value of your donation to WPF Therapy by 25% because we can reclaim the basic rate of tax on your gift at no extra cost to you.
To Gift Aid your donation please complete a Gift Aid Declaration Form. The Gift Aid Declaration Form is a statement from you to WPF Therapy confirming that you want to donate through Gift Aid and receive tax back on your donation.Download our Gift Aid form
Remember us in your will
Leaving a legacy to WPF Therapy is not complicated, but it does need to be included in a professionally made will.
If you have already made a will, but would like to add a gift to WPF Therapy, you can do so by making a simple addition or codicil. A codicil will enable you to include new instructions and delete old ones without rewriting the whole will.
If you have not made a will, you may need professional advice from a solicitor.
There are two main ways of giving to WPF Therapy in your will:
- Pecuniary gift – giving a gift of a fixed amount of money
- Residuary gift – choosing to leave a share, or the whole, of what is left in your estate after your other legacies and any outstanding costs have been dealt with.
Whatever you can give will, of course, be free of Inheritance Tax. From April 2012, the rate of Inheritance Tax payable on an estate has been reduced from 40% to 36% where 10% or more of the estate is left to charity.