Other Ways to Help
The P.E.A.T. group is very grateful for the financial and practical support received from both individuals and organisations. However, there are many more families needing training and encouragement and your gift or practical help would mean so much.
We are always looking for Volunteers and Fundraisers whether a company, organisation or an individual willing to help!
You can organise fundraising events yourself with your friends and family such as a street party, BBQ's, Pub Quiz or sponsored walks/bike rides etc.
Adopting P.E.A.T for a set period of time such as 1-2 years is an ideal way to really make a difference.
Donating directly to P.E.A.T using Gift Aid ensures a tax effective donation resulting in even greater income for P.E.A.T.
Sponsoring a project is a great way to increase awareness of brand, company and the P.E.A.T profile throughout Northern Ireland.
Gifts in Kind
Gifts are as valuable to us as money, as they ultimately reduce expenditure costs and help ensure all monies raised are targeted into areas where they are most needed.
If you would like to help support the work of P.E.A.T. financially, please send your gift to:
Upper Springfield Development Co Ltd.
689 Springfield Road
If you would like an acknowledgement please include a self-addressed envelope.
If you pay income tax in the United Kingdom, the value of your gift can be increased through 'Gift Aid' at no extra cost to you. Please indicate if you would like us to send a gift aid form.
If you would like to train as a therapist, help with relief care as a babysitter, help with fundraising or in any other practical way we would love to hear from you. Please apply to the address above or use the alternative contact methods detailed in our Contact page »
Thank you very much for your interest in our work.
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