There are lots of different ways to donate.
To make a one off donation now, please click HERE.
By donating now you are helping us make a real difference to the lives of children coping with chronic illness and their families.
Other ways to donate:
If you wish to make a regular contribution please download our mandate form and return it to Teapot Trust, Suite 3, Stuart House, Eskmills Park, Musselburgh, EH21 7PQ.
Donate for free when you shop online!
By joining Easyfundraising, each time you buy at a variety of different online shops, the Teapot Trust directly receives a donation, which can be as much as 4%. There are lots of major stores on the list such as Tesco, Next, Sainsburys, Expedia, John Lewis and many many more. Don’t worry, it won’t cost you a penny more!
If you shop through AmazonSmile, the Teapot Trust will receive 0.5% of the net purchase price from eligible purchases. Go to the AmazonSmile site and select the Teapot Trust to give a donation at no cost to you!
Thinking of making a major gift?
Having a special occasion?
Whatever your special occasion is, you can use it to make a positive difference in a life of a child suffering from chronic illness.
Perhaps you might like to show your support for art therapy through buying our placecards, using our branded invitations or asking your guests to make a donation in lieu of gifts. If you’re getting married or having a civil ceremony, why not consider our wedding favours too?
We’d like to help you make your occasion as special as possible. Simply give us a call on 0131 273 4340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Considering a donation in your will?
Our vision is to encourage self-expression, manage anxiety and build resilience in children with chronic illness through the therapeutic process of art.
You can be part of that vision by considering leaving a gift to us in your will. Please be assured that every gift, however large or small, means a huge amount to us and enables us to make a positive difference in a life of a child suffering from chronic illness.
Many adults never get round to making a will yet this is the only way to ensure that your estate gets distributed in the way that you want it after you’re gone. Having a will in place makes sure that the people and causes that are dear to you are looked after in the event of your death, and can be a good way to reduce or avoid inheritance tax that may be due on your estate.
The current inheritance tax threshold is £325,000 and the rate of tax is 40%. Estates that would be subject to this rate, can reduce it to 36% if 10% or more of the net value of the estate is left to a registered charity such as the Teapot Trust.
We would encourage everyone to make a will. It’s usually a simple and easy process, and your solicitor or lawyer will guide you through each step.