We believe that by working together with our customers we can transform lives.
A key part of this is providing our customers with the opportunity of taking part in activities they care about as well as giving customers the opportunity to feed back about our services.
We fund some of this activity ourselves and carry out a full programme of customer engagement activities every year. This includes local meetings, regional Advance Collective meetings and an annual National Customer Conference. But we don’t always have the funding to enable customers to go on group outings, explore new places, meet new people and try new or existing hobbies.
You can help us help our customers to experience the positives of meeting new people and trying new things by making a donation. Your donation will be kept safely and used to fund customer activities where there is a need and where we haven’t been able to access any other funding to make it possible.
Your donation could help transform lives. There are a number of ways you can donate – either direct via our Just Giving page, through a legacy or gift in your Will or by making a donation in memory of a loved one who had an affiliation with our work.
Click here to access our Just Giving page to make an online donation in a few simple steps.
If you would prefer to send a cheque please make it payable to ‘Advance Housing and Support Ltd’ and send it to: Donations, Advance Housing and Support, 2 Witan Way, Witney, OX286FH.
By remembering Advance Housing and Support Ltd in your Will you can make a huge difference to the lives of our customers. Big or small, your donation will make a difference. If you would like to find out more about leaving a gift or legacy to Advance Housing and Support Ltd in your Will please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Making a donation in memory of a loved one
If you would like to give in memory of a friend or relative you can make a donation through our Just Giving page.
Requesting a donation in your memory
Some people prefer to ask for a charity donation in their name instead of sending floral tributes to their funeral. If this is something you would prefer it is a good idea to let your family and executors of your Will know about your wishes, or to include it in the details about your funeral.