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Making a donation to us is now even simpler. As well as being able to donate online you can also donate by post, phone, or through Payroll Giving.

What does donating to Crimestoppers achieve?

Your donations make a difference:

£5 provides a school pack to help teachers and young people talk about crime and the consequences of their choices.

£15 help us support a community immediately after a serious crime is committed. Information from local people is crucial at this time, so we give out cards to remind them they can contact Crimestoppers anonymously.

£25 could train one volunteer to have the necessary skills to work in their local community and show how anonymous calls to us can make an area safer from crime.

£50 contributes towards running campaigns against local crime such as burglary and drug dealing.

Make a regular or single donation

The continued support of regular donations allows us to plan our work and make the most effective use of resources. To make a regular donation download our Regular Giving Form. You can also make a single donation today using a debit or credit card. It's quick, easy, secure and can be done through the online donation form.

Gift Aid

Make a donation go further at no extra cost to you. If you are a taxpayer and sign up for Gift Aid, your donations will be worh an additional 25 per cent. If making a donation online, just tick the Gift Aid box before pressing 'submit'. If you are making a donation by post, tick the Gift Aid box on the donation form.

Donate by post or phone

Donate by post: Send your cheque and completed single donation form to: PO Box 324, Wallington, SM6 6BG.
Donate by phone: Call us on 020 8835 3700 to make a donation by debit or credit card.

Payroll Giving

By donating through Payroll Giving, a tax-free donation comes directly from your salary. It allows you to make donations directly from your pay or company/personal pension. Donations are made after your National Insurance contributions are calculated but before Income Tax is deducted so you only pay tax on what's left. This means that you get tax relief on your donation immediately and at your highest rate of tax.

Example of Payroll Giving

If you pay tax at the basic rate of 20 per cent and authorise a monthly donation of £10 - you save £2 tax (20 per cent of £10) so the actual cost to you is £8.

If you pay tax at a higher rate of 40 per cent and authorise a monthly donation of £10 - you save £4 (40 per cent of £10) so the actual cost to you is £6.

For more information or to sign up to Payroll Giving, contact