Donate

You can donate a number of ways.

Donate online

Virgin Money Giving

You can make a single or monthly donation and you can also set up your own fundraising page through this website.

Just Giving

You can set up your own fundraising page through this website.

Donate by cheque or charity voucher

If you prefer to make a donation by cheque or charity voucher please make the cheque or charity voucher payable to “Joshua Hayday Helping Hand Trust” and send it to:

The Chairman
Joshua Hayday Helping Hand Trust
Troy Town Cottage
Haywards Heath Road
Balcombe
West Sussex RH17 6NF

The Gift Aid scheme allows us to reclaim an extra 25p in every £1 that you donate, provided that you are currently a resident of the UK and you are paying income tax. If you wish to donate by cheque, please download a Gift Aid form and return it completed to us with the cheque to allow us to claim such Gift Aid on your behalf.

Payroll giving – Give As You Earn

Giving direct to Joshua Hayday Helping Hand Trust from your payroll is simple and you can give as much as you like and donations are tax-free.

If are interested in donating in this way please liaise with your payroll department. If easier for your payroll department, you could download the Give As You Earn form, complete it and send it to them.

Sponsorship

If you are participating in one of our events you can download our sponsorship form.

Regular donation by direct debit or standing order

If you wish to make a regular donation by direct debit or standing order please click the Contact Us button below to get in touch.

Events

We have places at major annual charity events, as well as events that we organise ourselves. Click below for the latest upcoming events.

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Fundraising

There are many ways that you can fundraise for JHHHT, by participating in one of our regular events or by organising a one-off event.

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On behalf of the teenage cancer group at Haven House Children’s Hospice a big thank you to JHHHT for making it so easy to organise transport for those young people who would otherwise not have been able to attend. It makes a huge difference to families to know that transport is not a barrier to accessing services.