Wherever you live in the world you can easily donate to Street Action. If you want to donate to our #London2Buja campaign, then please visit the campaign website and make a donate there.
But if you are willing to support the ongoing work of New Generation, our preferred way to receive donations is through our donation webpage at cafonline.org (or globalgiving.org if you live in the US).
From this page you can make a single payment or set up a regular monthly payment for any amount you choose. The website will lead you through a simple registration process if it is the first time you have used the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) website.
IMPORTANT – When you reach the page “Are you a UK taxpayer?” please click the button “Yes – I’m a UK taxpayer. Please reclaim Gift Aid on this donation” If you are a UK taxpayer, CAF can reclaim and add an extra 25% in Gift Aid to your donation at no cost to you and pass it on to Street Action, having taken a small admin fee in the process. Imagine what a difference that can make to our partners work in Burundi – and it doesn’t cost you a thing.
If you prefer, you can set up a standing order with your bank using the details below or you can make a one off donation directly into our bank account:
Bank: Cooperative Bank
Account Name: Street Action
Sort Code: 089299
Account No: 65219069
Alternatively you can send a cheque (payable to Street Action) to:
Street Action, St Clement’s, 1 St Clement’s Court, Clements Lane, London, EC4N 7HB.
In both cases, if you are a UK tax-payer it would be great if we could reclaim Gift Aid on your donation and for this we need you to complete an Inland Revenue declaration form and send it to us at the address above. To download the form from the Inland Revenue in pdf format, click here.
Otherwise please contact us to request a form, either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or writing to us at the above address.
Finally, if the company you work for supports payroll giving, why not nominate Street Action as your preferred charity? For bank details see above.