Donate to ThinkTwice

As a charity, ThinkTwice relies on your financial support to operate and to seek to fulfil our Mission Statement.

The introduction of the new ThinkTwice Course is a really exciting step forward in the work of ThinkTwice, but we really want to go one stage further and produce both online and printed resources for churches, groups and individuals. We can only make this happen through your generous support.

If you would like to donate to help us grow and develop, reaching a wider audience and helping to equip churches to understand mental health issues and support those who suffer, then there are a number of ways that you can do so.

1) The easiest way to donate is via our online donations page with BT MyDonate. It’s all done online, and if you’re a tax payer, make sure you tick the Gift Aid box so we can receive an extra 25% back from the government on top of your donation. To give regular payments i.e monthly, you need to register yourself with BT MyDonate. You don’t need to register to make one-off donations. Click the button below to donate to us online.

2) If you’re an online banker, and you don’t pay tax on any income, you can simply send us a bank transfer. Use the contact form below to request our details for you to send your donation to.

3) You’re more than welcome to support us in the good old fashioned way of writing us a cheque. You need to make the cheque payable to “ThinkTwice” and if you use the contact form below, we will let you know where you need to send your cheque to in the post.

For help with any of these donation methods, or for any other questions or queries, please feel free to fill out the contact form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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