Help us raise some money this Easter that will help us continue our important work in Merton.
A donation of £5 could - helps us to pay for travel to a home visit, so that Deaf or Disabled People who can’t travel can access quality advice in their own homes
A donation of £10 could - buy refreshments for our Craftivism and Chat Group where Deaf or Disabled People work together to have our say on local issues
A donation of £10 could - pay for one of our trained members of staff to support a Deaf or Disabled Person with options for next steps
A donation of £25 could - pay for craft materials for our monthly support group that allows Deaf and Disabled People to come together and reduce isolation
A donation of £50 could - cover the costs of one to one specialised advice and advocacy support for a Deaf or Disabled Person experiencing issues with their benefits, housing, or social care
A donation of £50 could - pay towards helping a Deaf or Disabled Person apply for the benefits they are entitled to.
A donation of £100 could - pay for a British Sign Language interpreter to make sure that Deaf People can access good quality advice
A donation of £150 could - help us to support Deaf or Disabled People at a benefits assessment and make sure they can properly represent themselves and get heard.
If you'd like to run, swim, bake (or do anything else to raise some money), click the button below to get started. It's quick and easy to register and by doing so here at Wonderful.org, you can be sure that every penny raised will reach Merton Centre for Independent Living.
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We recognise the selfless commitment made by fundraisers who train for months to run marathons, face their fears by jumping out of aeroplanes or open their homes to the community for charity bakes and coffee mornings. We believe the charities they support should receive EVERY PENNY from their fundraising efforts.
We also believe that Gift Aid (a scheme enabling charities to reclaim tax on donations made by UK taxpayers) should be directed IN FULL to the charities. This is why the Wonderful Organisation does not generate profit (or even cover costs) by deducting money from fundraisers' sponsors or Gift Aid contributions.
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