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It costs just over £1 million per year to run our essential range of excellent services. Without this money, we would not be able to provide vital services to support children, young people and adults with disabilities at our Family Centre and Adult and Youth Centre.

We are an independent charity and receive around half of our funding from our charity shops, grants, donations and fundraising events. Get involved and see the difference that your support can make!

There are so many ways you can help to raise money for NANSA. You could even sponsor a project or hold your own fundraising event. Every penny makes a difference and the NANSA Fundraising team will always help you every step of the way!
Regular Giving Regular Giving Regular Giving Become a Friend of NANSA for less than £4 per month. Read more
Text to donate Text to donate Text to donate Donate from your mobile. It only takes seconds to send a text. Read more
Just Giving Just Giving Just Giving Set yourself a challenge for NANSA and raise funds on your Just Giving Page. Read more
Leave in your will Leave in your will Leave in your will Leave a legacy of support and opportunities for people with disabilities. Read more
Shop & Raise Shop & Raise Shop & Raise Raise money for NANSA by shopping on these selected websites. Read more
One-off donations One-off donations One-off donations Make a one-off donation today to support an essential project or service. Read more
Gift Aid Gift Aid Gift Aid Pay tax? You can add an extra 25% to your donation, at no extra cost. Read more
Recycle Recycle Recycle Recycle unwanted household items to raise essential funds.
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