Ways to donate

Online Via PayPal
The easiest and most convenient way to donate and that puts you in control. No PayPal account necessary. See the donate button below.

By Phone
You can call our Reception Team to make a donation over the phone using a credit or debit card. The phone number 01462 678804 and you can ring us between 9 AM and 8 PM Monday through Friday or Saturday from 9 AM until 2 PM.

By post
You can send us a cheque. Make it payable to The Letchworth Centre and send
it to the Letchworth Centre, Rosehill Hospital, Hitchin Rd., Letchworth Garden City SG6 3NA.

1. Your donation
£ 5
£ 10
£ 20
£ 50
2. GiftAid

The Letchworth Centre, as a registered charity, can reclaim an additional 25% on all donations made to us by Inland Revenue's Gift Aid - at no extra cost to you. Your donation can be for any amount whether offered as a single gift or as a regular contribution. You can make a donation under the Gift Aid scheme as long as you are a UK taxpayer and have paid tax at least equal to that which can be reclaimed on your donation.

To Gift Aid your donation, please indicate your intention to do so by ticking the box below:


Yes - I would like to Gift Aid all donations I make to the Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living. I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less income tax and/or capital gains tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations (ie made to all charities) in that tax year, it is my responsibility to pay any difference.

3. Comment and Donate

Yes - I would like to learn more about how I might help the Centre and its aims

Yes - I would like to remember the Centre in my will

If you want to leave a message you can do so in the box below:

  • Has the Centre helped you/played an important part in your own life or in that of a
    friend or family member?
  • Do you share our values and beliefs in the important role complementary
    approaches can have in maintaining health and well-being?
  • Do you want to feel part of efforts to promote complementary approaches to health
    and to take those benefits to the wider community (and to people who cannot
    otherwise afford them)?

There are particular areas of our work which will always need support: