Thousands of disabled and autistic children rely on our support every year – and we rely on generous donations to provide that support.

But we know that everyone’s feeling the pinch as the cost of living rises.

Luckily there are several ways you can support Caudwell Children without having to make a direct donation.

Sounds good, right?

Here are just a few of the ways:

Support Caudwell Children every time you spend at Co-op stores

If you’re a member of the Co-op, all you need to do is choose Caudwell Children as your dedicated charity and we’ll receive a donation from the Co-op every time you purchase eligible products from their stores.

Click here to link your account to Caudwell Children, or to register as a Co-op member so that you can start supporting is in their stores.

 

Support Caudwell Children every time you spend at Amazon.co.uk

AmazonSmile is exactly like Amazon.co.uk.

Same products, same prices, same service. However, there is one difference – for each eligible purchase, AmazonSmile contributes 0.5% to Caudwell Children.

More details on how to sign up here.

 

Ask your employer to support Caudwell Children through payroll giving

In simple terms, payroll giving is a way of making a donation to Caudwell Children before your income tax is deducted from your pay. So the value of the donation goes further, but it costs you less.

It’s also a tax-effective way for your employer to support Caudwell Children.

Why not speak to your HR department about setting up payroll giving so that staff can help Caudwell Children every month? If they want to, of course.

Get in touch with our Corporate Partnerships team to find out more about payroll giving and other ways to make a difference with Caudwell Children.