Thanks for choosing to donate to the lowdown

Your support is so important to us. A child or young adult in Northamptonshire can experience a devastating personal crisis at any time. the lowdown’s team of dedicated volunteers is here to ensure they don’t face this crisis alone, but to do this we need to raise around £1000 a week from donors like you.

How do I donate?

If you already have a PayPal or TotalGiving account, simply log in and make a donation to the lowdown. If you don’t have an account set up, you will still be able to pay with either your Credit or Debit card. You can also create a Standing Order and give a regular monthly donation if you wish!

Are you a UK tax payer?

If you are a UK taxpayer, the value of your gift can be increased by almost a third under the Gift Aid scheme – at no extra cost to you. If you would like to do this for your online donation please just tick the box when asked to join the Gift Aid scheme during checkout.

Ways to donate

Donate £45

to provide a life changing counselling session for a local child or young adult in need.

Donate £20

to help us provide wellbeing drop-in sessions for young people and their families.

Health and Wellbeing
Donate £15

to help us provide activities for young people e.g. theatre visits and trips to pride events.

Donate £10

and contribute towards the funding of our wellbeing workers and youth leaders.

Donate £5

to help us provide materials for our local youth groups and wellbeing workshops.

Buy us a coffee

£3 helps buy refreshments for young people at Crisis Cafés and our local support groups.

KEY: Other-NFS = National Funding Scheme

Don’t forget to tick Gift Aid if applicable & please donate monthly if you are able!

You could also send us a cheque (payable to the lowdownby post or complete one of our donation forms (below). If you pay UK tax, please don’t forget to also fill in the Gift Aid section of the form at the same time. Once completed, please return the form to us at the lowdown OR you can send directly to your own bank if preferred.

“Thank you so much!”

Donations like yours are really essential. Without them we wouldn’t be able to help so many local children and young people in crisis.