There are many ways to donate to Field Of Dreams. Your donation will help us to continue our vital work: supporting a variety of charities chosen by our trustees, including research into finding a cure for and prevention of diabetes and helping to improve the quality of life for people with the condition through better education and management.
Make a charity donation online - it's easy and secure.
Just visit our ONLINE DONATION FORM, fill out the Field of Dreams Donation Form, click "Donate Securely Now", then complete your card information on the WorldPay payment page.
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You can also support our cause by sending a text on Donr.com's Text Giving platform.
To donate £10 simply text the keyword FOOTY to 70085.
Please Note: Texts cost £10 plus one standard rate message. To Gift Aid your donation just follow the link in the reply text message and fill out your details on Donr.com's website. We won't use your mobile number for any further marketing communications.
Making a donation by post is really easy, just make out a cheque payable to ‘Field of Dreams' and send it along with a note (or letter) confirming your Name, Postal Address and Tel number to the address below:
Field of Dreams
9-11 Maritime Street
BY BANK TRANSFER
Make a BACS payment direct to the Field of Dreams account, or pay in person at a "Bank of Scotland" branch using the following details:
Account Name: Field of Dreams
Sort Code: 80-20-00
Account No: 00102938
If you have any queries about making a donation to Field of Dreams, please contact our team on firstname.lastname@example.org
AND WHY NOT GIFT AID YOUR DONATION?
For every £1 you give, Field of Dreams can now reclaim the tax - and it won't cost you a penny!
For example, if you donate £10 to Field of Dreams, we would actually receive £12.50.
And it's easy! If you are a UK taxpayer, simply tick the box on the Gift Aid Declaration form and Field of Dreams gets 25% extra!
The above information is for guidance only and refers to donations made to Field of Dreams and NOT the payment of positions in the Football Aid programme.
If you require further information, you should seek professional tax advice or contact your local tax office.