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Donate - Help us maintain and protect our services during the COVID-19 crisis

Nepacs welcomes donations of any size to help build and continue our work with prisoners, their friends and families, and to help them build a better life for themselves.

Your gift will enable us to continue our important work during the COVID-19 crisis which really makes a big difference to the children, friends and families of prisoners. You are able to make an on-line donation, one of two ways.  You can either make a donation via PayPal or via our Virgin Money Giving page.  If you choose to donate via our Virgin Money Giving page you also have the option to make this a regular or single donation and you can also set up your own fundraising page if you are planning your own virtual fundraising events, like the 2.6 challenge for example.

Thank you for your support.  Your donations not only help us maintain our services during these difficult times but protects them so they are ready to start again once normal activities and visits resume.

Donate using PayPal by clicking the icon below:

              

To donate using Virgin moneygiving or you would like to start your own fundraising page for Nepacs, click the icon below:

   

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Donate by post

If you would like to post your donation, please send a cheque (made payable to NEPACS) or completed standing order form (download here) to our head office:

Nepacs,
20 Old Elvet,
Durham City,
DH1 3HW

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can make your donation go further if you complete a Gift Aid form that enables us to claim back the tax on your donation.

If you Gift Aid your donation - at no extra cost to you - Nepacs will receive an extra 25p from HMRC for every £1 you donate. You can download and print off a Gift Aid form here.

Remember Nepacs in your will

Some people choose to leave a donation to Nepacs in their will, for which we are extremely grateful.

A will donation will help us to continue to work with children and families of prisoners in the future.