We rely entirely upon charitable donations for our existence, so any money that you donate or raise for The Rainbow Centre makes a big difference to our work with children and their families.
There are a variety of ways in which you can donate: online, by cheque, standing order or direct debit.
See Donate page for more details
You can raise money for The Rainbow Centre by taking part in any event!
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Help us for Free
Helping The Rainbow Centre needn’t cost you extra money!
Shop with Amazon
Next time you shop on Amazon, if you follow this link to the Amazon site or use the search box below, we will earn up to 5% commission for every item you order at no extra cost to you!
Did you know that you can support The Rainbow Centre every time you shop online - at no cost to you?
With Give As You Live, thousands of brands including Amazon, Tesco, eBay John Lewis and Expedia have signed up to donate a percentage of every purchase you make online to us. All at no cost to you and at no cost to us.
With Give as you Live, thousands of brands including Amazon, Tesco, John Lewis and Expedia have signed up to donate a percentage of every purchase you make online to us. All at no cost to you and at no cost to us. The average shopper will raise £2.10 per month through what they already buy online.
Raise money for The Rainbow Centre just by searching the web. everyclick.com is a search engine with a big difference - it donates half its revenues to charity!
It does not cost us, or you, a penny.
Just make everyclick your home page and make sure you use it whenever you search the web.
We've teamed up with Music Magpie to offer you an easy way to recycle your old CDs, DVDs and games.
Music Magpie have agreed to pay us 50p for every CD album/DVD/game that meets their criteria.
Please place your items in the Music Magpie box located at the Centre, or why not add a collecting box to your office and let us know when it needs picking up!
Tired of raising money through sponsorship? Enjoy cooking? Why not invite your friends around for dinner and raise money through Dinner4Good?
How it works:
1. Choose a date, select your charity and invite your friends
Set up a Dinner Page by choosing the charity you wish to support and inviting guests via the Dinner4Good website. It takes about 5 minutes.
2. Friends respond and donate via the D4G website
Your guests receive an email invitation to your dinner. They can then accept the invitation and donate online via Dinner4Good.com.
3. You have a great meal with friends for a good cause
Everyone has a great meal together, knowing that it's for a good cause - having fun has nevver been so satisfying! Dinner4Good collects the credit card donations from your guests, collects the Gift Aid (25% where applicable) from the tax office and passes the funds to your chosen charity.
Do you own a vehicle that you want to sell or get rid of? Then please donate it to us through Giveacar!
Giveacar is a non-profit fundraising organisation that raises money for UK charities by scrapping and selling old cars.
They provide a FREE nationwide service which:
•Arranges collection of the vehicle from your home
•Depending on its age and condition, recycles it at an Authorised Treatment Facility or sends it to auction.
Scrap donations raise about £100 (depending on the price of metal) while auction cars can raise much more.
Since Giveacar was set up in 2010, the organisation has already raised over £1million for 900 charities!
To arrange collection of a car, visit Giveacar.co.uk or call 020 7736 4242, quoting THE RAINBOW CENTRE FOR CHILDREN as your preferred charity.
What's Right is a group of locally selected Trusted business Partners who have been chosen because they are good, decent, honest, efficient and ethical companies. These Trusted Partners are diligent, proactive and willing to donate a proportion of business generated within the What's Right group to our chosen good causes.
What's Right also raise money for chosen good causes by introduction, where the good cause advocates the use of What's Right Trusted Partners as an alternative to any existing supplier, therefore creating extra funding for the good cause without extra cost to the client, essentially "making a difference without making a difference".
What's Right work alongside Cost Reduction Consultants and Facilities Management Companies by providing the expertise of all Trusted Partners working together to save cost, improve ethical service standards and generate revenue for good causes. The goal of What's Right is to raise over £1M for good causes, using the What's Right ethical service standard, thus demonstrating Corporate Social Responsibility.
Would you like to organise an event in aid of The Rainbow Centre?
Want to raise some money but stuck for ideas? Why not download our fundraising ideas booklet.
The booklet contains a selection of tried and tested ideas, with fundraising guidelines, that may help provide inspiration.
We’ll give you as much help as possible along the way and may even be able to provide you with some of the necessary materials.
For a quick and easy way to raise money, why not host a collecting box in your office or in a local shop?
Fundraising Ideas Booklet
Gift Aid Declaration