All our sources of funding are very important but the best support we can receive is regular donations as they allow us to plan our future work, confident in the knowledge of your regular support. Our commitment to long-term projects depends on this support and even as little as £5 a month (that is only 17p per day) can make a huge difference.
The best way to make a regular donation to HOPEmalawi is through a regular standing order. If you are interested in setting one up please download our standing order form (Word document format), fill it out and send it back to us at the address at the bottom of the form.
Single donations of any amount are always appreciated. A seemingly small amount can make a huge difference in Malawi. Donations can be made for particular projects, a piece of equipment or materials or general donation to HOPE-malawi. Its up to you. Some people donate in celebration of a birthday or ask for for donations in lieu of wedding presents. Others donate in memory of a loved one: a truly wonderful legacy. If you would like to make a donation please download a form, complete and return to us. If you prefer to do it yourself just use the details on the form but please let us know. If you are a UK citizen it would be useful if you could complete the Gift Aid Declaration.
We all recognise the importance of providing for family and friends when making a will. Your will also provides an opportunity to remember other things that are important to you, like a favourite charity.
It's a common myth that only the rich and famous leave money to charity when they die. The reality is without the gifts left in Wills by people like you, many of the charities you know and support today wouldn't even exist. By leaving a gift in your will, you can help transform people’s lives in the future.
Leaving a legacy to HOPE-malawi is a wonderful way to provide for people in a developing country. By investing in the lives of the poor, you can have an impact that reaches beyond a lifetime, giving them dignity and a future hope for themselves and their families. If you would like to include HOPE-malawi in your Will we advise that you visit your solicitor. Find out more.