We depend on the kindness, consideration and generosity of others to help provide our vital services. You could help us by …
You can make a donation using our donate button (top right) which will take you to our Just Giving Page.
We also have a donate button on our Facebook page, or you can send a cheque, payable to “Break The Silence”.
You can make a regular donation through Just Giving or by setting up a standing order with your bank. We are grateful for all donations, in any format and of any denomination.
Use this link for more detailed information on Making a Donation.
Please contact us to discuss corporate partnership opportunities for mutual benefit or to discuss how we can help you to meet your corporate social responsibility aims.
Use some of your free time to volunteer with Break The Silence. Have a look at our
Volunteering Opportunities, or talk to us and tell us how you think you could help us through Volunteering.
Supporting a charity can be both rewarding and fun. Why not organise your own fundraising event or activity “in aid of Break The Silence”. We have some guidance on our Fundraising section that might be useful in helping you plan your activity.
Why not take part in an organised event and have friends, family and colleagues sponsor you to achieve something amazing with sponsorship “in aid of Break The Silence”. There are lots of great local and national events to choose from. Have you thought about Craufurdland Castle’s Mud Run Event held in March/September?
Help promote equality for Survivors – sign our pledge, tell others about what we do and the challenges that Survivors face.
Could you help raise awareness by becoming a Volunteer Ambassador – see our volunteering opportunities section for more information.
Would your organisation/staff like to learn more about the challenges experienced by Survivors, then intimate your interest in one of our workshops. Details are held on a waiting list with workshops scheduled subject to demand and clinical staff availability. Training is designed for Service Providers/Practitioners.
You can also support us by using on-line shopping landing pages. When you make your purchase some sites make a donation to our charity on your behalf where you register. Next time you’re doing some on-line shopping, consider accessing your favourite shops through the following channels to generate income for our charity:
Many people support charities during the course of their lifetime. A legacy gift is an opportunity to make a lasting contribution with no immediate financial outlay and it can also be tax effective as gifts to charities may be exempt from inheritance tax. Use this link for more information on Legacy Giving.
If you could do something to help those affected by rape or childhood sexual abuse, then please contact us