Donate to Us
Many of our services are free to access and sometimes people choose to donate after they have received a service. This really helps charities like ours to stay up and running and mean we can support more people.
There is no obligation to donate, but if you'd like to - here is what you can do:
You can donate by clicking this PayPal donate button right here
You can call us and donate over the phone by calling our Payroll department
01508 491 210
You can donate via bank transfer using these details:
Account name - NCODP
Account number - 00007969
Sort code - 40-52-40
£3 - can provide advice and support to a disabled person
£10 - can help keep our website and resources up to date
£20 - could provide 1-1 support for our members to help influence policy change
£50 - Could provide support to a user led group or organisation that represents you
We are grateful for any donations that help us to strive for disabled people to live barrier free lives.
You can send us a cheque to:
(be sure to label it as a donation)
15 Manor Farm Barns, Fox Road, Framingham Pigot Norfolk NR14 7PZ
If you are a UK taxpayer, please Gift Aid your donation. By choosing to do this we will receive an extra 25p on every £1 donated and it doesn’t cost you extra. You can Gift Aid by donating through our website, or if wishing to donate by cheque or telephone please complete the relevant Gift Aid Declaration form and send to us. If you require us to send you a paper copy of the Declaration form email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01508 491210.
To find out more about our services and where your donation goes you can receive regular updates by joining our membership. Use the joining form to stay in touch. Click here to join today!
Leave a legacy
Equal Lives works hard for human rights for disabled people. We always appreciate the hard work that our staff and volunteers give, and the support we receive from our service users. You can leave a legacy, by remembering Equal Lives in your Will. This costs nothing in your lifetime but goes a long way to support the work of the charity.