There are lots of ways you can donate and we have made it as simple as possible. But if you have any questions, please give us a call on 01725 514130 and the Donations Team will be happy to help. Whatever way you choose to donate, don't forget to Gift Aid it to increase the value of your donation!
You can make a donation over the counter in any branch of Lloyds or by bank transfer to our Lloyds account (note, residents of Scotland, please use Bank of Scotland):
Sort Code: 30-90-21
Account Number: 03524452
Note: Please send us a copy of the receipt with your name and address and registration number so we can match this to our bank records (you can use our Donations Form to send your details); alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details.
You can post cheques or postal orders, made payable to 'Help for Heroes’ to Help for Heroes - Donations, 14 Parkers Close, Downton, Salisbury, SP5 3RB.
Please quote your Event or Challenge registration number if you have one, and include your name and address (you can use our Donations Form to send us your details). PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH IN THE POST.
You can call the Donations Team on 01725 514130. Out of hours, please leave a message and we will call you back, or email email@example.com with your contact details and we'll get back to you.
We take all major credit or debit cards. Please quote your Event or Challenge registration number if you have one.
Text "HERO" to 70900 to donate £5.
100% of the £5 comes to Help for Heroes (you will be charged £5 plus your standard network rate. Mobile networks helpline: 01494 750500).
Big or small, every donation makes a difference to our wounded Servicemen and women and their loved ones.
Friday 10 February 2017Graham Walters has an incredible adventure on the horizon: rowing across the Atlantic Ocean single-handedly.
Wednesday 8 February 2017Moto in the Community Trust (MITC) has celebrated hitting the £1.5m fundraising milestone since its partnership with Help for Heroes began more than f...
Tuesday 7 February 2017A group of green woodworkers from Somerset have been sharing their expertise with wounded Veterans.