Click the orange button above to donate to the work of the Trust online, through the CAF DONATE app.
Click the button below to donate or fundraise for us using the Virgin Money Giving platform.
You can also donate to the Whitworth Trust directly:
The Whitworth Trust
Sort Code: 40-52-40
Account Number: 00029956
Quoting Reference: donation
The Whitworth Trust is registered with the UK gift aid scheme. If you are a UK taxpayer, we would be very grateful if you could download and fill out the declaration form attached below, before sending it via post or by email to email@example.com.
The gift aid form will increase the value of your donation by approximately 25%!
FUNDRAISE FOR THE TRUST
The Whitworth Trust is a very small organisation of volunteers, and relies entirely on the generosity of supporters, as well as local groups -- like the Ely Mother's Union, the Cambridge Soroptimists, and CHOP (Cambridge Homeless Outreach Programme) -- volunteering their time and energy. We are always absolutely delighted to have individuals and groups fundraise on our behalf.
If you would like to contribute to the charity, to join our committee, or to run a fundraising event in aid of our work, then please get in touch with us via the links on our 'contact us' page.
You can set up a fundraising page with us on Virgin Money Giving here.
We are always very grateful for corporate support.
In the past, businesses have very kindly covered expenses for fundraising events, fundraised on our behalf, offered donations, and also donated specific items to the residents of Whitworth House.
Do please get in touch if you would like to offer support in this way.
Become a friend/volunteer
We are always looking to expand our list of willing volunteers! If you'd like to register your interest in volunteering at any of our events, or helping with fundraising, then we would love to hear from you.
Volunteering can be as big or small of a commitment as you like.
Committee Members: Our small team is looking for committee members. We'd be absolutely delighted to hear from individuals with experience working in the charities sector, or local government, or with knowledge and expertise which comes from a career in academic research. We'd be especially glad to hear from those with knowledge of the housing sector.