“People United have been truly collaborative in their approach. People don’t want things done to them. People United have been great at doing things with the community. Normal, everyday people are guiding this work and seeing that they can make a real difference to their community.”
Cara Thorpe – Community Development Worker, Newington Big Local

 

We increasingly rely on donations to enable us to continue our special work. This year, we are aiming to raise £5,000 to support 5 new community projects. Every donation and gift, however large or small, will make a real difference.  You can donate in a variety of ways:

Make a donation online
You can make a donation online by clicking on the box below.  This will take you to our Just Giving website and donations page.  Please remember to tick yes to Gift Aid!

Text Giving

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Thanks to Just Text Giving by Vodafone, charities can now collect donations by text message.

We have our own text donation number which allows donors of any network to donate up to £10 at a time. This is a free service and you can choose to include Gift Aid to make your donation go further by allowing us to claim an extra 25% e.g. £10 becomes £12.50.

You can donate to People United by texting KIND25 followed by the amount you wish to donate, to 70070. E.g. to donate £5 Text: KIND25 £5 to 70070

All the money you donate goes to us. You may be charged for your text message. Please refer to your network operator’s standard rates.

If you have any questions about JustTextGiving, visit justtextgiving.co.uk

Postal donation
If you would like to send a donation by post, you can send a cheque (made out to People United) to Canterbury Innovation Centre, University Road, Canterbury CT2 7FG.

 

Our funders
We are extremely grateful to our funding partners. Over the last year we have received funding from Heritage Lottery Fund, Kent Community Foundation, Newington Big Local and Kent County Council.  We are particularly grateful for our core funding partner – Arts Council England.

 If I could choose a best bit, it would be all of it.
Young pupil, part of the We All Do Good Things Project