Donate to The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride
The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride is a registered charity. We aim to cover our operations and capital costs through the revenues that we raise through the provision of our services and from grants from local authorities and other bodies. Often this is not enough, so we also seek support from the public in order to help us to maintain and improve our service.
Currently we support over over 350 individuals a year, helping them to get to hospitals and other medical appointments. We also provide days out for groups and individuals to help those that have restricted access to transport to get away for the day, often with their carers.
In 2015-2016 we helped over 350 individuals to travel on 12,000 trips covering over90,000 miles. We could not do that without your help and support.
What gift can you provide?
- A gift of £10 pays for a local return trip.
- A gift of £50 pays for one person to go on a group outing to places such as the seaside
- A gift of £100 would allow a person to go food shopping for 3 months.
Help us to make a difference to someone in your community.
What makes us unique and valuable as a service is that we do not offer a ‘toot at the door’ service but that we offer a caring ethos, we help our clients from the point of contact at their homes until we deliver them safely to their destination. Your donations will allow the service to continue and help improve the lives of many people.
We have several ways that you can help us through your donations.
Make a donation
Please make all cheques payable to: ‘The Chiltern Dial-a-Ride , alternatively you can pay your donation via this website or directly into any Barclays Bank branch.
Account name: The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride
Account no: 90876291
Sort Code: 20-02-06
For event or sponsor forms or if you have any queries or require further information please use the fundraiser application form or call 01494 766123. Alternatively please e-mail email@example.com
Why not become “A friend of The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride” with a regular monthly donation using the bank details above.
Where there’s a will there’s a way. You can make a difference by granting a bequest in your will to The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride which will help us continue the vital links for those who are elderly or mobility impaired to access social activites which otherwise might be denied to them and enjoy an independent life. It is important to ensure that if you are considering this course of action that you consult with your solicitor or Bank Trust Company to update your existing will, as it is important to ensure that the following clause below is inserted, whichever wording you choose:
Residuary Bequest (a proportion) I give (%) of the residue of my real and personal estate which I can dispose of by Will in any manner I think proper to The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride Ltd, IP No: 2677OR,, and the receipt of the Treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride Ltd shall be a complete discharge to my Executors.
Pecuniary Bequest (a set sum) I give the sum of ……….. pounds to The Chilterns Dial-a- Ride Ltd IP No:2677OR and the receipt of the Treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride Ltd shall be a complete discharge to my Executors. It is important to ensure that the following clause is also inserted in your will whichever wording you choose to use: If at my death any charity named as a beneficiary in this Will or any Codicil hereto has changed its name or amalgamated with or transferred its assets to another body then my executors shall give effect to any gift made to such charity as if it had been made (in the first case) to the body in its changed name or (in the second place) to the body which results from such amalgamation or to which such transfer has been made.
The Chiltern’s Dial-A-Ride is pleased to acknowledge the support that it gets from local statutory and voluntary organisations. We are particularly grateful for the support and/or funding from Chiltern District Council, Green Telecom, The Entertainer and Buckinghamshire County Council.