We raise money by donations, membership subscriptions, sponsorship and legacies to fund our projects. We are a registered charity so are able to take advantage of Gift Aid and other government assistance to the charity sector.
Support us with a donation
Our projects on the Cotswold Way and other trails depend on the generosity of our members and supporters. Virgin Money Giving is our preferred platform for donations because it’s easy to use, secure and has very low handling charges.
We are grateful to everyone and every organisation who support us through donations. To see a list of donors this year click List of donors to 30 Apr 21
Fund a Footpath
You might like to help us restore a portion of trail surface – restoring a metre of trail costs about £30. To donate please click on this LINK
Donate a Gate.
Another option is to donate a gate to replace a stile. A kissing gate with inscription plaque costs about £400. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Organise a Fundraising Event or Sponsor a Friend’s Event
Why not register to organise fundraising events on our behalf or sponsor a friend or family member who’s doing so. Just click on this link for further details.
Transfer – BACS
If you wish to transfer your donation by BACS, our sort code number is: 405240 and account number: 00029967
There are two main ways you can leave a gift to a charity in a will:
1. A pecuniary gift – when you leave a specific amount of money or asset
2. A residuary gift – when you leave a percentage of your estate.
Residuary gifts are especially helpful because, being a percentage rather than a specific sum, they will benefit from any inflation
If you’d like to make a legacy gift, you’ll find more information about the different types and how to make them by clicking on the link below. You’ll see that it’s a simpler process than you might have thought. It’s also relatively straightforward to add a brief codicil to an existing will making provision for such a legacy.
For a Charitable legacies form please click here