You can support Elizabeth House in many ways – by supporting our fundraising efforts, or giving your valuable time, or providing fruit and vegetables from your garden, or gifts for our raffles and tombolas or by donating money.
You can donate in the following ways:
- Regular giving – directly from your income via pay as you earn
- Online via localgiving
- Donations at our annual gift day and ad hoc donations at any time are always welcome
- Legacies – remember us in your will
If you are a UK tax payer, you can have your donation gift aided, which increases the value of your gift to Elizabeth House at no cost to you. Currently, gifts will increase by 25% – so every £1 becomes £1.25 – all you need to do is sign a declaration. If you are a higher rate tax payer that figure will increase even more if you opt to gift aid you donation. Why wouldn’t you?
We are grateful to our donors in 2017 who include: 2016 Cookham Ball; Marie Brett; Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM); Co-op; Fabulous Shirtlifters; Gordons Solicitors in Marlow; Inner Wheel; Johnson & Johnson; Louis Baylis (Maidenhead Avertiser) Charitable Trust; Print’n’Projects; Probus; Shanly Foundation; Gwen Shaw; The Spice Merchant; Thames Mariners; Christine Taylor; Andrew Teuten; Evelyne Tuck; Westwood Green Fireworks and Westwood Green Christmas plus donations in memory of Stella Bowles; Brent Wood; Frank Felice; Teddy Lomax, Pam Parkes and Jack Tomlin plus a bequest from Dorothy Stevens.
Donors in 2016 included: BBO Big Band; Cookham Bridge Rotary Club; Cookham Dean Cricket Club; Cookham Dean Fete; Cookham Dean Supper Club; Cookham Christmas Fayre Committee; Cookham Xmas Society; Holy Trinity Ladies Group; Kaffirs; King’s Hall; Moor Cottage; Sainsbury’s Maidenhead; Spice Merchant; Thames Mariners; Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead; Westwood Green Residents; Patrick Bell (bequest); Wendy Craig; The Ashwandens and donations in memory of Peter Partridge and Lillie Baillie-Hamilton.
Elizabeth House is grant supported by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.