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Ways to donate

Donating to Foothold is simple, quick and easy. Choose the method that suits you best and if you need any assistance get in touch on [email protected]

Online

Make a single or regular donation securely online today.

Cheque

Please make cheques payable to Foothold, The Institution of Engineering & Technology Benevolent Fund and mail to Foothold, Napier House, 24 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6AZ

Gift Aid

Don’t forget if you are a UK taxpayer we can claim an extra 25% on your donation at no extra cost to you. Just tick the Gift Aid box when you make an online donation, or you can download a form here.

Leave a Gift in your Will

A gift in your Will to Foothold can be a great way to create a lasting legacy for future generations. You can find out more here.

Make a major donation

Donations of all sizes will benefit the Foothold community, but if you would like to discuss a significant gift with our team, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact [email protected]

Set up an online giving page

You can set up an online giving page with Just Giving or any online giving provider for free in minutes and all of the money you raise will be sent automatically to Foothold. Visit www.justgiving.com/foothold

Donate your time

We have a wide variety of micro-volunteering and volunteering roles, with something to suit everyone, to find out more visit our volunteering section.

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