How you can help Sunbeams
If you would like to contribute to the work of Sunbeams there are several ways you can help us. You can make a donation, organise a fundraising event, or include Sunbeams in your will.
1. Make a donation
We receive no statutory funding and greatly appreciate any donations to help continue to deliver our projects to over 18,000 disadvantaged and disabled people every year – in hospices, day centres, hospitals, and care homes across the North West of England. Your money will help us to do more of what we are doing and also to set up new projects. You may like to donate towards the build of the Sunbeams Centre which will provide a sustainable legacy for our people and enable us to extend nationally and reach more people in need.
There are a number of different ways you can donate money to Sunbeams. These are described below.
Can you Gift Aid your donation? UK taxpayers can make their gift go further, for every pound that you give we can reclaim 25p in tax from the government - we get £1.25 for every £1. This will make your donation even more valuable to us.
Download your Gift Aid form here (Please post to the address below).
Call Liesl on 017688 92909 or Email us to find out more about making a regular donation by direct debit to Sunbeams Music Trust and help contribute towards sustaining and expanding our services for vulnerable children and adults.
You can help!
Whether you are a private individual, a school, a club or an association, you can help to improve the lives of thousands of people with special needs by raising money for us. If you would like some suggestions on how you can help, please contact us; but feel free to use your imagination.
There are three main ways that you can benefit Sunbeams with a legacy in your will.
Making a will is a simple and low cost process (it can cost as little as £50).
When including Sunbeams in your will it is important to ensure that the correct details are entered to avoid confusion - or another charity receiving your bequest.
The full name of Sunbeams is
In the event of the charity changing its legal format and later registering with a new charity number it can be useful to ask your solicitor to find some appropriate wording.
We greatly appreciate any help you can give.