Make a SINGLE or REGULAR monthly donation online with Virgin Money Giving. It's quick and secure and you can even Gift Aid your donation if you're a UK tax payer, which means an extra 25% to the charity at no extra cost to you.
We can accept a direct bank transfer via your local bank to our details below. Please ensure you use your full name as a reference and if possible email us to notify what your donation is in connection with and allow us to thank you personally. If you are a UK tax payer, please complete our Gift Aid Declaration form.
- Bank: Barclays
- Account name: Bobath Children
- Account number: 20614017
- Sort code: 20-58-51
Please make cheques payable to Bobath Children and send to The Bobath Centre, Tandy House, Regal Way, Watford WD24 4YE. Please include your full name and a contact email or postal address so we can thank you and send you a Gift Aid Declaration form if you are a UK tax payer.
We accept all major credit cards, except American Express. Please call 020 8444 3355 to make your donation over the telephone. Once the payment is processed we can send you a receipt along with a thank you. Please note that bank credit card charges may apply.
We accept charity vouchers from CAF, KKL/Smart Giving and others.
Please contact our finance team to discuss on 020 8444 3355.
You may wish to leave a gift in your will, so please complete our Legacy form, or call our fundraising team in confidence on 020 8444 3355. We also advise that you speak to a solicitor.
What will your donation mean?
£5 will buy a pair of “First Scissors” with adapted plastic grips, for children learning fine motor skills like cutting and drawing during therapy
£10 will buy a pair of specially adapted shoe-laces to be used in therapy to help children practice their lace-tying skills
£20 will buy a specialist splint; a tool used to support children’s limbs during therapy
£50 will buy an accessible switch which lights up or makes sounds, which the child can record, when pressed. This helps children with communication problems to express their needs
£100 will buy a SitWalk, a device which helps children in wheelchairs to learn to position