Giving | Headway Black Country

There are many ways you can make a donation:

  • Making a ‘one off’ or monthly/yearly donation
  • If you use Amazon – support us through Amazon Smile
  • Leave a gift in your will

Some of the ways that donations are used are to provide:

  • Sundries for activities such as training materials & craft items.
  • One off items such as garden furniture or electrical items.
  • Promotional items such as leaflets.
  • Funding towards special projects and services.
  • Funding towards the continued running of services for people affected by brain injury

We are happy to provide details of current specific projects or items that we need funding for.

We can give talks to local groups who would like to hear more about what we do. You are also welcome to come and see what we do and how you can help.


Making a 'one off' donation

To make a one-off donation you can donate online via our account with JustGiving

Alternatively you can send your donation to us at Headway Black Country, Martin Hill Street, Dudley, DY2 8RT – cheques payable to “Headway Black Country”.

Where you send us a donation as an individual we will invite you to complete a Gift Aid form.

Making a regular donation

Regular donations allow us to plan more effectively for the future.

You can donate any amount, either monthly or yearly. We would ask to do this via our account with JustGiving

Alternatively,  please create a standing order with your bank or building society. Where you send us a donation as an individual we will invite you to complete a Gift Aid form.

Leaving a gift in a will

When you are preparing your will, we would ask you to kindly consider leaving a legacy donation to Headway Black Country.

Leaving a legacy to Headway Black Country can help provide a brighter future for other survivors of brain injury, their families and friends. You will be helping us provide crucial information and practical support to help deal with the often life changing effects of brain injury.

Contact Headway Black Country for a leaflet explaining how to do this.

Gift Aid

If you are a taxpayer your gift could be worth 25% more with Gift Aid (at no extra cost to you).