You can help us make a difference

Your generous donations allow us to fight addiction and save lives every day. Here are the ways you can make a contribution:

Online

To donate a one-off sum or set up a monthly donation online, click here. Donating online is simple, fast, and totally secure.

By text

Text CRAN12, followed by the amount you wish to donate (£1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10), to 70070.

This text service is run by JustGiving & Vodafone. After you have donated, you will receive a text message confirmation of your payment.

By cheque

Please make cheques payable to Cranstoun and post them to:
Accounts Receivable, Cranstoun, Thames Mews, Esher, Surrey KT10 9AD

Give as you Live

Thousands of stores including John Lewis, iTunes and British Airways have signed up to donate money to charities such as Cranstoun when you shop with them online. 

Sign up for free, choose Cranstoun as your main charity, and enjoy shopping online as normal at all your favourite stores!

Gift Aid

The Gift Aid scheme is for gifts of money by individuals who pay UK tax. Gift Aid donations are regarded as having basic rate tax deducted by the donor. Charities or CASCs take your donation - which is money you've already paid tax on - and reclaim the basic rate tax from HMRC on its 'gross' equivalent - the amount before basic rate tax was deducted.

Basic rate tax is 20%, so this means that if you give £10 using Gift Aid, it’s worth £12.50 to the charity.

In order to make a Gift Aid donation, you’ll need to make a declaration. To do this you must fill in a simple declaration form - one form can cover every gift made to us for whatever period you choose, and can cover gifts you have already made and/or gifts you may make in the future.

Download the Gift Aid Declaration Form

The difference your donation can make:

£15 could buy a week’s worth of food for a person at our detox service. 

£3could pay for a short college course for a client to transform their self-esteem and help get them back into work.

£35 could pay for a kid’s crèche place while their mum or dad has their vital appointment.