Donate & Fundraise

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Securing funding is difficult for all charities, particularly small charities like ours, yet this is a vital area of work in order for us to continue to help people ‘live through homelessness’ There are a number of ways that you can help us to generate much needed funds.

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Donate Online

You can make single donation or become a regular donor. This can be done either through JustGiving or by completing our Standing Order form.

By making a regular donation, your gift will contribute to our mission of helping people live through homelessness.


Gift Aid is a tax relief allowing UK charities to reclaim an extra 25% in tax on every eligible donation made by a UK taxpayer. When you donate, you’ll be asked to confirm whether or not you are a UK taxpayer. Please note that Gift Aid can only be reclaimed on donations made by individuals who pay UK income or capital gains tax at a rate at least equal to the amount reclaimed on their donations in the current tax year. If in doubt, please contact us.

Find out Gift Aid Form Here

Help change lives

Leave a gift in your Will

A gift in your will has the power to change lives and leave a Legacy. Please contact us if you wish to discuss things in more detail.

We’ve partnered with Free Wills to provide all our supporters with the opportunity to make their own fully comprehensive Will for free. You can make your personalised Will online in three simple steps, from the comfort of your own home and with live support from their Will specialists. Click here to learn more.


The Big Worcester Sleep Out 2019

Fundraise for us

Why not hold your own fundraising event. Ideas could include a office cake sale, pub quiz, silent disco, donate in aid of a special birthday or anniversary. Whatever your idea, we will do what we can to help promote the event and provide information that may be useful to promote the cause.

Another way to fundraise is to take on a challenge such as skydiving, abseiling, running, walking events or set your own challenge. If you want to talk about fundraising for St Paul’s please contact our Fundraising Manager

You can also support us at one of our own events.

The Big Worcester Sleep Out 2019

Partner with Us

St Paul’s has worked closely with a number of organisations across all sectors over the years and we are sincerely grateful for their support. These include Worcester Bosch, Platform Housing Group, Taylor Wimpey, CA4 Ltd, Andrew Grant Estate Agents & Lowes Solicitors to name but a few.

Are you looking for a beneficiary for your Charity of the Year?

  • Are you able to sponsor an event?
  • Do you have goods or services that you feel may be beneficial to our work?

Please contact our Fundraising Manager:


Although we are grateful for all donations, there are items that we cannot accept. We have listed below a guide to help you when you are looking to donate items to St Paul’s. We may from time to time issue a direct appeal for specific items, so please keep checking our website and social media for these.

Priority items

  • Chocolate, biscuits/ any snack food
  • Coat Hangers (metal or wooden)

We always accept, without notice

  • Clothing for men and women
  • Socks and underwear
  • Female toiletries

Check with us before donating these items

  • Fresh food
  • Single quilts (please make sure they are clean)
  • Pillows and pillow cases (please make sure they are clean)
  • Sleeping Bags

Things we don’t accept

  • Dried pasta
  • Crockery

Where does you money go?

Could enable someone to travel to visit their family.
Would cover the cost of a Welcome Pack of essential toiletries items for new residents who often arrive at St Paul’s with nothing.
Would pay for a hostel residents food for 1 week.
Would enable a resident to receive 1 hour of Counselling through our Direct Access Counselling Programme.
Will enable St Paul’s residents to take part in social activities to build confidence and integration back in the community.
Would help pay for essentials items when residents move into their own accommodation.
Would pay for the essential refurbishment and upgrade of a residents room within the hostel.