Make a Donation
You can donate safely and securely online via our Just Giving page, please click here.
It’s really easy to donate by text to RAD. Just text DEAF44 and an amount (e.g. DEAF44 £5) to 70070.
If you would prefer to give by cheque then please post your cheque including your own name and address to the address below. If you are a UK taxpayer, and you’re donating by cheque, remember to also send us a Gift Aid Form.
The Royal Association for Deaf people, Century House South, Riverside Office Centre, North Station Road, Colchester Essex, CO1 1RE. Please make all cheques payable to ‘Royal Association for Deaf people.
Every single donation makes a real difference and there are many ways to give and many areas it will reach. Here are the types of thing your money could pay for.
£5 could pay for a gift for a Deaf child at a RAD Christmas party, showing them how valued they are at a party put on just for them.
£10 could pay for one place for a Deaf child at a RAD summer activity day, allowing them to socialise with peers, gaining confidence and build friendships.
£25 could pay for one family sign session, introducing sign language to a family unit so a Deaf child can feel included and involved.
£50 could pay for an individual support session for a Deaf person with learning difficulties, giving them that little bit of extra help where they need it the most.
£100 could pay for one month’s befriending support for a Deaf older person, making sure they feel part of their community and not isolated and alone.
£250 could pay for an interpreter at a funeral for a Deaf person allowing everyone to come together to remember them in their own way.
£500 could pay for one life skills session for eight Deaf people with learning difficulties, teaching them skills such as cooking basic dishes; helping them be empowered and independent.
£750 could pay for a job skills workshop for up to 10 Deaf people, helping them overcome barriers faced when applying for work, like communicating with a prospective employer.
£1000 could pay for a full family sign programme for two families, meaning Deaf children in hearing families can start to feel more included in their family’s world.