Like most charitable organisations, Mobility Trust relies upon the extraordinarily generous support of many different individuals and organisations.
There are lots of different ways in which you could help us to provide essential powered mobility equipment to people in desperate need.
If you plan to run a marathon, or are taking part in some other sporting event or challenge, perhaps you might consider asking people to sponsor you in order to raise money for Mobility Trust. For information on how to sponsor us, please contact us.
Organise an Event
Quiz Night, Jumble Sale, Open Garden, Sky Dive, It’s A Knockout, Summer Ball.
All examples of the kind of events you might like to organise in order to raise funds for Mobility Trust.
You can get lots more tips and ideas here.
And if you need any advice or assistance in setting up an event, just give us a call or drop us a line and we’d be glad to help.
These are the lifeblood of charities as it helps to ensure that cash flow is maintained and budgets are controlled. You can set up a regular donation to Mobility Trust using our Direct Debit mandate here. Or you can make regular donations via our Virgin Money Giving page.
Make a One-Off Donation
If you would like to make a one-off donation to support our work we would, of course, be delighted! You can now make one-off donations via our Virgin Money Giving page. Or if you prefer, we’re more than happy to accept good old-fashioned cheques and postal orders. You can find our postal address here. (Please don’t send cash through the post though!)
Set up a Legacy or Bequest
This is where you decide to leave money to a particular charity in your will and is another major source of income for many benevolent organisations. There is a very brief guide here. However, we would advise you to seek professional advice if you wish to leave something to us in your will.
Many businesses love to give something back to the community by sponsoring a charity. Perhaps the company you work for might consider making Mobility Trust their affiliate charity partner either short or long term.