Support

Thank you for considering financially partnering with east to west and to become a financial partner couldn't be easier. If you're one of those wonderful people who have donated to east to west then we'd like to keep you up to date with the difference your money is making. To make this happen please email Ian

One-off or Regular Giving

This can be done through your PayPal account or Virgin Money, please click on the relevant link below:

If you don't have a PayPal or Virgin Money account then please please contact Ian and he will help you with some other options.

Gift Aid Form

For all UK tax payers please contact Ian for a Gift Aid Form as this way we can claim an additional 25p for every £1 donated. No matter how you are giving please fill in the form and send it back to Ian.

Direct Bank Payment or Standing Order

Cooperative Bank
Account Name: east to west
Account No: 65026045
Sort code: 08 92 50

Giving Cash

This can be done by coming into the office - we'd be pleased to see you!

Cheque

Please make cheques out to east to west and post them to: 
east to west
Unit 3
80 High Street
Egham
TW20 9HE

Legacy

For information on how you can provide vital long-term support to east to west through a gift in your will, please contact east to west trust at the above address or call us on 01784 438007 or email Ian

Creative Giving

Giving Machine

For all our online shopaholic our bargan hunting friends if you order through this link then funds are raised for east to west: Shopping

Fundraising events

If you are planning on doing a fundraising event for east to west, e.g. Marathon, Walk, Homeless Sleepout, Jumping out of a plane, spending a night in a bath of beans....... then please use our Virgin Giving Page to help with the fundraising. Thank you so much for considering doing such an event for us.

eBay

An alternative way to give to east to west is through donating items that can be sold through eBay where the proceeds from the auction go towards the work. To offer items for sale please contact Ian. Please consider before offering an item whether you feel it will bring in at least £50