07496 528506 | Growing Hope - Free therapy clinics for children and their families

Free therapy for children
and young people with
additional needs in partnership with
local church.

 

 

 

Growing Hope is a charity which aims to grow:

Hope for children through the provision of free therapy clinics.

Hope for families through groups for parents, carers and siblings
of children with additional needs.

Hope in Jesus through offering families prayer and support
to attend church if they’d like to. Growing Hope is open
to all individuals regardless of their faith or background.

 

Alternative ways to give

Bank Transfer (This option enables us to get the most from your donation)

One-off or monthly Direct Debit donations to:
Growing Hope | Acc number: 65040864 | Sort code: 51-50-00 
Growing Hope  Brockley
| Acc number: 28741269
| Sort code: 50-10-29 
Growing Hope King’s Cross
| Acc number: 65040163
| Sort code: 51-50-00

One-off donation via Paypal to Growing Hope (national)

One-off donation with a Credit or Debit card

 

Regular giving via CAF Donate

Fill in a simple form now to give regularly via CAF donate. Follow the links for
Growing Hope  |
Growing Hope Brockley |
Growing Hope King’s Cross |

Cheque

Please make out your cheque to Growing Hope, Growing Hope King’s Cross or Growing Hope Brockley and post to Growing Hope, 237 Pentonville Road, London N1 9NG

Whichever way you choose to give, it is helpful if you complete the gift aid form in order that we receive an extra 25p per £1 of your donation.

We would also love to keep you updated with stories of Growing Hope. Please don’t forget to complete a gift aid form if you are a UK tax payer as this will enable us to have an additional 25p for every £1 you give.

What will my giving help?

£15 per month across a year can provide equipment for children and young people with additional needs attending the local clinics.

£20 per month across a year can provide one block of therapy sessions for one child or young person to access Growing Hope.

£40 per month across a year can enable regular support groups for siblings of children and young people with additional needs.