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Donate to The Wayne Howard Trust

As a registered charity The Wayne Howard Trust is a not-for profit organisation, we therefore rely 100% on voluntary donations or proceeds made thru our charity shop, which allows us to continue to provide vital services to brain injury survivors and their families.

The Wayne Howard Trust is independent and unbiased and as more and more people and families have family members that survive accidents and live with brain injury, the need for our work is ever increasing.

Your gift of donation will be used to extend our work in the relief of persons who have suffered a brain injury, their families and carers, particularly but not exclusively by the provision of advice and information, financial assistance for the purchase or hire of specialist equipment or treatment and the establishment of neurological treatment and rehabilitation clinic.

Donation Options

 

 

By Post

16 Railway Cottages
Tate Road
Old Redbridge
Southampton
SO15 0NL
United Kingdom

Registered Charity #1100574

You can donate by sending a sum of money towards the charities targets, via our postal address, cheques should be made payable to the “The Wayne Howard Trust”

Gift Aid Form

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A Gift Aid Agreement will allow us to recover all the basic rate tax at once, whatever the size of your donation. If you pay tax at the higher rate you yourself will receive a tax rebate on Covenanted or Gift Aid donations, download and complete our Gift Aid Form.

Gift in kind

Gifts such as property, stocks and shares, may been given to the charity free of Capital Gains or Inheritance Tax.

Please contact us at the address above for more information

Gift in memory

All substantial gifts by individuals will be acknowledged firstly within the Charity Shop and secondly at the centre by name.

Please contact us at the address above for more information

 

Online methods supporting The Wayne Howard Trust

 

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Donation Total: £50

We would love your donation and you can do this online today using PayPal or credit card. Pick a set or custom amount to donate.

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  • ~ Trethowans Sponsors Local Charity Evening

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    Trethowans Sponsors Local Charity Evening

    14 February 2017

    James Gleisner, Paralegal in the Personal Injury team in Southampton, sits as a Trustee on the Board of the Wayne Howard Trust, a brain injury charity.

    On Saturday 21 January 2017, the Wayne Howard Trust held a charity salsa evening at the Solent University Sports facility on Wide Lane.  As the trust is one of the Mayor of Southampton’s charities of the year for 2016-2017, she was also in attendance at the evening. Trethowans donated the security cost for the evening (the only overhead of the event which had not been donated), meaning that 100% of the money raised went to the charity, as well as also donating a bottle of bubbly for the raffle. James comments, “The donation made for the cost of the security, as well as all the facilities and entertainment, was fantastic and meant that all funds raised could be put to good use. The Wayne Howard Trust is a fantastic local charity that are trying to work towards a goal of ensuring that any person that has suffered a brain injury gets the right follow up care to ensure that they can still thrive and live life to their full potential”. Picture from left to right: Cathie McEwing (Mayor of Southampton), James Gleisner (Paralegal at Trethowans and Trustee of the Wayne Howard Trust), Isobel Howard (founder of the Wayne Howard Trust) For more information about the Wayne Howard Trust please click"

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